CSS inset-inline-start Property
Set the distance to the parent element from the start of a positioned <div> element in the inline direction:
More "Try it Yourself" examples below.
Definition and Usage
inset-inline-start property sets the distance between the start of an element and the parent element in the inline direction.
Note: For this property to take effect it has to have the
position property specified.
inset-block properties are very similar to CSS properties
right, but the
inset-inline properties are dependent on block and line directions.
Note: The related CSS properties
direction define inline direction. This affects where the start of an element is in the inline direction and the result of the
inset-inline-start property. For pages in English, inline direction is left to right and block direction is downward.
|Animatable:||yes. Read about animatable Try it|
The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the property.
|auto||Default. The element's default inset distance.||Demo ❯|
|length||Specifies distance in px, pt, cm, etc. Negative values are allowed. Read about length units||Demo ❯|
|%||Specifies distance in percent relative to size of parent element on the corresponding axis.||Demo ❯|
|initial||Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit|
writing-mode property value of a <div> element set to vertical-rl, the inline direction is downwards. The result is that the start of the element is moved from left side to top:
direction property value of a <div> element set to rtl, the inline direction is right to left. The result is that the start of the element is moved from left side to left right:
CSS tutorial: CSS Position
CSS position property: CSS Position property
CSS direction property: CSS Direction property
CSS writing-mode property: CSS Writing-mode property