This snippet will help you to align a <div> element for all browsers vertically. You will learn to do it step by step with our examples and explanations.
On this page, you’ll learn how to vertically align inline (inline-block) elements. Try examples with many different methods (CSS padding, vertical-align, etc.).
To position text vertically positioned with CSS you can use vertical-align, line-height, transform properties, flexbox. Learn more methods. Try examples.
In this snippet, we’ll demonstrate how to wrap a long string without any whitespace character. Use the CSS word-wrap property with the “break-word” value.
The <pre> tag inserts a preformatted text into an HTML document. Since the <pre> tag doesn’t support wrapping, we’ll show how to do it with the help of CSS.
In this tutorial, we’ll demonstrate how to wrap the content of a table cell. For that, you need to use either the CSS word-wrap or word-break property.
If you’ve faced the situation when you need to wrap long words in a <div>, use the white-space property with the “pre-wrap” value and word-wrap property.
In this snippet, learn whether it’s possible to nest a <button> tag within an <a> in HTML5. To have a button linking to somewhere, you need an alternative solution.
In this snippet, you will find out why it is not possible to apply CSS @media rules inline. Read this snippet to learn how to apply them in the internal style.
Use text-shadow and box-shadow CSS properties for shadow effects in CSS. See how to have amazing effects for texts, borders and boxes.