The tab-property in CSS is used to specify the width of tab character. The tab-size usually display a single space character in HTML document. Some elements like <textarea> and <pre> elements display the tab-size.
Property Value: The value of tab-property are listed below:
- number: It is used to set the number of space character in a tab. Its default value is 8.
- length: It is used to set the length character. But it is not supported by most of the browsers.
- initial: This property is used to set its default value.
- inherit: It is used to inherit the property from its parent.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by tab-size property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 21.0
- Firefox 4.0 -moz-
- Safari 6.1
- Opera 15.0, 10.6 -o-
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