The margin-inline-end property is used to define the logical inline end margin of an element. This property helps to place margin depending on the element’s writing mode, directionality, and text orientation.
margin-inline-end: length | auto | initial | inherit | unset;
- length: It sets a fixed value defined in px, cm, pt. Negative values are also allowed. 0px is the default value.
- auto: It is used when it is desired that the browser determines the width of the left margin.
- initial: It is used to set the value of the margin-left property to its default value.
- inherit: It is used when it is desired that the element inherit the margin-left property of its parent as its own.
- unset: It is used unset the default margin-block.
Below examples illustrate the margin-inline-end property in CSS:
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by margin-inline-end property are listed below:
- Internet Explorer
- Mozila Firefox
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