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Chapter 11. Text Property Extensions > text-align-last Property

11.10. text-align-last Property

The text-align-last property is an Internet Explorer-only property, and is designed to alter the way the very last line of text in a given paragraph is formatted. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the text-align property, but it overrules its behavior when it comes to the final line of a paragraph.

The text-align-last property has a total of six values: the five belonging to text-alignleft, right, center, justify and inherit — and the additional auto value. This last value is the default, setting the final line of text to whatever value has been set for text-align.


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