Specifies the spacing rules between Western and Asian-based (such as Japanese and Chinese) characters.
In many Asian writing systems, such as Japanese and Chinese, there are ideographs that represent concepts rather than letters. With the text-autospace property you have control over how spaces between ideographs and non-ideographic characters in are presented.
One of the following values:
|Inserts extra spaces between ideographic and non-ideographic (Latin-based, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, or Hebrew) text.|
|Inserts extra spaces between ideographic text and numeric characters.|
|Inserts extra spaces between normal (non-wide) parentheses and ideographs.|
|Extends the width of the space character when it is adjacent to ideographs.|
|No extra space is added.|
Example HTML code 1:
This example illustrates the use of the text-autospace property:
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