Specifies how justified text should be aligned and spaced.
This property has effect only if the value of the text-align property is set to 'justify'.
One of the following values:
|The browser determines the appropriate justification algorithm.|
|Like the newspaper value, except that in East Asian languages (such as Thai) the last line is not justified.|
|Like the newspaper value, except that the last line is also justified.|
|Only content that does not contain any inter-word spacing (such as Asian languages) is justified.|
|Justifies content with ideographic text.|
|Increases the spacing between words.|
|Justifies content by elongating characters.|
|Spacing between letters and words are increased or decreased.|
Example HTML code 1:
This example illustrates the use of the text-justify property:
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