Deprecated. Specifies the ratio of kashida expansion to white space expansion when justifying lines of text in the object.
An integer, followed by a %. The value is the ratio of kashida expansion to white space expansion. 100% specifies kashida expansion only, and 0% specifies white space expansion only
|Applies To||All elements|
- CSS Text Level 3, Section 8.3
This property is deprecated and is not supported in Windows Internet Explorer 8 and higher document compatibility modes. It is still available for use in Internet Explorer 8 and later when the page is in either IE5 (Quirks) mode or IE7 Standards mode. For more information about document compatibility modes, see Defining document compatibility.
Kashida is a typographic effect that justifies lines of text by elongating characters at carefully chosen points. It is used in Arabic writing systems.
Kashida justification increases the length of a line by elongating cursive (Arabic) characters at certain points. The semantics of text-kashida and -ms-text-kashida-space are opposite each other: "text-kashida:100%" is nearly equivalent to "text-kashida-space:0%".
The -ms-text-kashida-space property applies to block elements only.