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If a font has multiple types of variations based on the width of characters, the font-stretch property allows the appropriate one to be selected. The property in itself does not cause the browser to stretch to a font
Input elements can sometimes show placeholder text as a hint to the user on what to type in. See, for example, the placeholder attribute in HTML5. The :placeholder-shown pseudo-class matches an input element that is showing such placeholder text.
CSS technique that allows customizable scrolling experiences like pagination of carousels by setting defined snap points.
While attr() is supported for effectively all browsers for the content property, CSS Values and Units Level 3 adds the ability to use attr() onany CSS property, and to use it for non-string values (e.g. numbers, colors).
Keeps elements positioned as "fixed" or "relative" depending on how it appears in the viewport. As a result the element is "stuck" when necessary while scrolling.
@font-face descriptor (currently defined as font-display) that allows control over how a downloadable font renders before it is fully loaded.
The CSS text-orientation property specifies the orientation of text within a line. Current values only have an effect in vertical typographic modes (defined with the writing-mode property)
Method of flowing content into multiple elements.
Method of controlling when words at the end of lines should be hyphenated using the "hyphens" property.
CSS property used generally to fix the intended orientation of an image. This can be done using 90 degree increments or based on the image's EXIF data using the "from-image" value.
On mobile devices, the text-size-adjust CSS property allows Web authors to control if and how the text-inflating algorithm is applied to the textual content of the element it is applied to.
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