Word-spacing

How white-space inside an element is handled.

Syntax
      word-spacing: length | normal | inherit ;

length - Add extra space between words in px, pt, em etc. Negative values will compress the words closer together.
normal - Normal space between words. (default)
inherit - inherit from the parent element.

Word spacing can be affected by text justification (text-align)

Examples:
h1 { word-spacing: 1pt; }
.ss64class { word-spacing: 0.2em; }

#SS64id { word-spacing: -1pt; }

Try it:

That’s something that I struggle with all the time, is how do you act natural when you’re on a red carpet and there are people screaming at you from this way and that and you feel so watched and observed? It is an unnatural situation, so it’s very difficult to find a way to be authentic. I find that to a certain degree my body just shuts down. It’s sensory overload—your body goes into a kind of defense mode. People try to have conversations with me when I step off a red carpet, and I can’t—I kind of just go numb and my brain stops functioning. So it’s difficult to find a way to be real, because it’s such an unreal situation.

(CSS 1) Browser Support: All major browsers.

“Our words have wings, but fly not where we would” ~ George Eliot (The Spanish Gypsy, 1868)

Related:

text-align - Horizontal alignment of text.
white-space - How white-space inside an element is handled.


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