The word-spacing property defines the default amount of space between words. This can be impacted by justification and other issues.
word-spacing in CSS Versions:
word-spacing: normal | <length> | inherit
The normal inter-word space defined by the user agent.
An additional amount of space between words, including the normal amount.
The element should have the same word-spacing setting as the parent.
word-spacing Initial Value:
word-spacing Applies To:
This property is inherited.
word-spacing Browser Support:
<p style="word-spacing : 1em;"> The words in this paragraph should have at least 1em between them. </p>
word-spacing Special Notes:
- A word is typically defined as a series of characters surrounded by whitespace. But some browsers may define this differently.
- Negative values are permitted and the browser will display these by shrinking the space between words.