The CSS text-align-last property sets how to align the last line or only line of text in the object. It can be used in conjunction with the text-align property, but the value specified overrides the effects of that property on the horizontal alignment of the last or only rendered line of an element.


Value Description
inherit Explicitly sets the value of this property to that of the parent.
auto Default. Text is aligned like the other lines in the object, using the value of the text-align property.
center Text is centered.
justify Text is justified.
left Text is aligned to the left.
right Text is aligned to the right.

HTML example:

<div style="text-align:justify; text-align-last:right;">The text is
double justified, and the last line should be aligned to the right.</div>

CSS example:

div {

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