right style property

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Specifies or returns the right coordinate of a positioned element.
A positioned element is an element whose position property is set to relative, absolute or fixed. The value of the right property specifies the right position of the element including the padding, scrollbar, border and the margin.
Use the left, top, right and bottom properties to specify the position for elements. You can set the size of an element with the width and height properties.
The type of the right property is string. You can set or retrieve the value of the right property as an integer with the pixelRight property. It contains the value in pixels. If you want to get or set the right property as a floating-point number that specifies the value in the current unit type of the right property, use the posRight property.
The properties mentioned above can be used to access style settings. If you need the right position of a rendered element, you can use the (clientLeft, clientWidth), (offsetLeft, offsetWidth) and (scrollLeft, scrollWidth) properties and the getBoundingClientRect method.


You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.
This property is read/write.
CSS page for this property: right

Possible values:

The type of this property is string.
 One of the following values: 
Default. The right coordinate of the object is in accordance with the default layout of the page.
Takes the value of this property from the computed style of the parent element.
position in length
The right coordinate of the element in length units. For the supported length units, see the length page.
position in percentage
The right coordinate is the specified percentage of the width of the parent object.
Default: auto.

Example HTML code 1:

This example illustrates the use of the right property:
        .example {
            position: relative;
            right: 60px;
            top: -20px;
    <img src="bg.jpg">
    <span class="example">over image</span>
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Example HTML code 2:

This example illustrates the use of the right property in JavaScript:
        #myDiv {
            position: absolute; 
            right: 100px; 
            bottom: 100px;
            width: 200px;
            height: 50px;
            background-color: #c00000;
    <script type="text/javascript">
        function ChangeRight () {
            var div = document.getElementById ("myDiv");
            var input = document.getElementById ("myInput");

            div.style.right = input.value + "px";
    <div id="myDiv">
        An absolute positioned division

    <input id="myInput" type="text" value="100" />
    <button onclick="ChangeRight ();">Change the right position!</button>
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