This read-only property indicates the amount of acceleration that occurred along the X axis in a DeviceAcceleration object.
This read-only property indicates the amount of acceleration that occurred along the Y axis in a DeviceAcceleration object.
This read-only property indicates the amount of acceleration that occurred along the Z axis in a DeviceAcceleration object.
The font-kerning CSS property controls the usage of the kerning information; that is, it controls how letters are spaced. The kerning information is stored in the font, and if the font is well-kerned, this feature allows spacing between characters to be very similar, whatever the characters are.
The position CSS property chooses alternative rules for positioning elements, designed to be useful for scripted animation effects.
The shape-outside CSS property uses shape values to define the float area for a float and will cause inline content to wrap around the shape instead of the float's bounding box.
The text-transform CSS property specifies how to capitalize an element's text. It can be used to make text appear in all-uppercase or all-lowercase, or with each word capitalized.
The content CSS property is used with the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements to generate content in an element. Objects inserted using the content property are anonymous replaced elements.
Set the direction CSS property to match the direction of the text: rtl for languages written from right-to-left (like Hebrew or Arabic) text and ltr for other scripts. This is typically done as part of the document (e.g., using the dir attribute in HTML) rather than through direct use of CSS.
The height CSS property specifies the height of the content area of an element. The content area is inside the padding, border, and margin of the element.
The ime-mode CSS property controls the state of the input method editor for text fields. According to the spec:
On block level elements, the line-height property specifies the minimum height of line boxes within the element.
The margin CSS property sets the margin for all four sides. It is a shorthand to avoid setting each side separately with the other margin properties: margin-top, margin-right, margin-bottom and margin-left.
The effect of the CSS margin-bottom property on the element boxThe margin-bottom CSS property of an element sets the margin space required on the bottom of an element. A negative value is also allowed.
The effect of the CSS margin-right property on the element boxThe margin-right CSS property of an element sets the margin space required on the right side of an element. A negative value is also allowed.
The effect of the CSS margin-top property on the element boxThe margin-top CSS property of an element sets the margin space required on the top of an element. A negative value is also allowed.
The min-width property is used to set the minimum width of a given element. It prevents the used value of the width property from becoming smaller than the value specified for min-width.