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The CSS -moz-box-align Mozilla extension property specifies how a XUL box aligns its contents across (perpendicular to) the direction of its layout. The effect of this is only visible if there is extra space in the box. The direction of layout depends on the element's orientation (horizontal or vertical).

ValuesEdit

Value Description
start The box aligns contents at the start, leaving any extra space at the end.
center The box aligns contents in the center, dividing any extra space equally between the start and the end.
end The box aligns contents at the end, leaving any extra space at the start.
baseline The box aligns the baselines of the contents (lining up the text). This only applies if the box's orientation is horizontal.
stretch The box stretches the contents so that there is no extra space in the box.

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