The CSS nav-left property is used to navigate the webpage by navigation key from the keyboard. This nav-left defines that where to focus when the user is navigating by using navigation key. The nav-left can be used with the nav-right, nav-up, and nav-down property.
- auto: It is the by default value here the browsers define which element to navigate.
- <id>: It defines the id to navigate.
- <target-name>: It defines the target to navigate.
- initial: It is default value.
- inherit: It inherits from its parent element.
Note: Only Opera 12.0 is supported by this property.
Below example illustrate the CSS nav-left property:
Supported Browsers: The major browsers do not support CSS nav-left property.
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