punctuation-trim property CSS Reference



Definition and Usage

The punctuation-trim property specifies whether a punctuation character should be trimmed if it appears at the start or end of a line, or adjacent to another fullwidth punctuation character.

Default value: none
Inherited: yes
Version: CSS3
JavaScript syntax: object.style.punctuationTrim="start"

Syntax

punctuation-trim: none|start|end|allow-end|adjacent;

Values

Value Description
none Do not trim opening or closing punctuation marks
start Trim opening punctuation at the beginning of each line
end Trim closing punctuation at the end of each line
allow-end Trim closing punctuation at the end of each line if it does not otherwise fit prior to justification
adjacent Trim opening punctuation if its previous adjacent character is a fullwidth opening, middle, or closing punctuation, or ideographic space. Trim closing punctuation if its next adjacent character is a fullwidth closing or middle dot punctuation, or ideographic space

Examples

p {
punctuation-trim:start;
} 

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