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  1. Inserts a break after the generated column box
  2. describes the structure of dynamic HTML and Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents in a way that allows a Web browser to manipulate.
  3. the areas into which content is flowed.
  4. -ms-hyphenate-limit-zone, -ms-hyphenate-limit-chars, -ms-hyphenate-limit-lines
  5. column-rule: 3px dashed blue;
  6. right margin.
  7. .region {
    -ms-flow-from: main;
  8. .region {
    region-overflow: auto;
  9. <div class="region"></div>
    <div class="region"></div>
  10. overflowing the last region, truncating the content at that point.
  11. correct automatic hyphenation to occur.
  12. uniform right margin and eliminate gaps of whitespace within paragraphs.
  13. defined areas (regions) of an HTML document where content can flow.
  14. .tricolumn { columns: 3 auto; }
  15. anywhere in an HTML document and then wrap text completely around these elements.
  16. concept of CSS Regions for Web-based content flow.
  17. «column-gap property».
  18. setting the number of columns and the column width in one declaration.
  19. Sets the column-width and column-count properties simultaneously
  20. width, style, and color of the rule between all columns.
  21. Enables hyphenation of words based only on line-break opportunities within words
  22. columns: auto 15em;
  23. «CSS Exclusions» in the latest W3C specification.
  24. assign a number value to column-width and leave column-count set to auto.
  25. not flexible.
  26. eliminate white space within columns left by long words that automatically wrap to the next line, making text appear more professional.
  27. Specifies whether an element should span no columns or all columns
  28. external content embedded in an HTML document, as the content source.
  29. Creates the general shape of an exclusion
  30. 'named flow'.
  31. columns, flexboxes, and grid layouts.
  32. all sides of the exclusion.
  33. auto or break.
  34. content and the general shape of an exclusion, respectively.
  35. -ms- vendor prefix.
  36. images, shapes, and containers of text.
  37. content containers.
  38. reflow properly to other connected areas.
  39. W3C specification.
  40. Specifies the width of the trailing whitespace (called the hyphenation zone) that can be left in a line before hyphenation occurs; the property's value is a length in pixels or a percentage
  41. does not span any columns, respectively.
  42. neighboring or distant areas in an HTML document.
  43. the gap
  44. column-related property names.
  45. content container, which is a CSS Region.
  46. content across multiple boxes, or containers, in HTML documents with fluid layouts.
  47. Provides a pad (an offset) for content inside an element
  48. column-count, column-gap, column-rule
  49. break-after, break-before, break-inside, column-count, column-fill, column-gap, column-rule, column-rule-color, column-rule-style, column-rule-width, column-span, column-width, columns
  50. fluid layouts, enabling full justification of standalone paragraphs and those in columns.
  51. Creates a vertical line in the gap between columns and sets the width, style (single or double line, solid, dashed, 3D, etc.) and color of the rule
  52. minimal CSS declarations.
  53. "content stream."
  54. height of a region
  55. column-gap: 3em;
  56. Sets the number of columns an element will use
  57. can be left in a line before hyphenation occurs;
  58. Prevents hyphenation
  59. The overflow content in the last region will:
    • Be truncated
    • Continue overflowing and be visible
    • Continue overflowing but be hidden
  60. Specifies how content should wrap around an exclusion element
  61. <p style="-ms-hyphens: auto; text-align: justify; font-size: 14pt;">
    Hyphenation is the process of connecting . . . more professional.
  62. Is a shorthand method of setting the wrap-flow, wrap-margin, and wrap-padding properties in one declaration
  63. Specifies the color of the rule between columns
  64. Handles content overflow, similar to the region-overflow property
  65. developing Metro style apps in Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10.
  66. Modifies a shape's contents
  67. the user's screen size.
  68. Specifies the width of the rule between
  69. Specifies the gap between columns
  70. template, in which each container is sized and positioned where you want content to appear, but each container is initially empty.
  71. breaking words between syllables at the end of a line.
  72. <style>
    .tricolumn {
    -ms-column-count: 3;
    -moz-column-count: 3;
    -o-column-count: 3;
    -webkit-column-count: 3;
  73. Sets the number of columns an element should be divided into; can also use the «columns» property with values to set «column-count» and «column-width» properties simultaneously
  74. the word is not hyphenated
  75. bit from the W3C
  76. shape-outside, shape-inside, wrap, wrap-flow, wrap-margin, wrap-padding, wrap-through
  77. Specifies how exclusions affect inline
    content within block-level elements
  78. <style>
    .tricolumn {
    column-count: 3;
    <div class="tricolumn">
    Lorem ipsum . . orci.
  79. next region.
  80. Is a shorthand property that sets the column-rule-width, column-rule-style, and column-rule-color properties at the same place in a style sheet
  81. Specifies the style of the rule between columns, such as «solid» or «double», «dashed», and so on
  82. <iframe id="main-data-source" src="source.html" />
  83. fly - anything in an HTML or XML file can be modified.
  84. .region {
  85. Specifies the minimum number of characters in a word that may be hyphenated; if the character count is lower than the minimum, the word is not hyphenated
  86. Specifies the maximum number of consecutive hyphenated lines that may contain hyphenated words
  87. specify the overflow property as «visible» or «hidden».
  88. each area is independent. If you want overflow text to move from one area to another, you generally have to do so manually.
  89. multiple elements.
  90. rectangular, circular, triangular, and just about anything in between.
  91. procedure in HTML documents.
  92. may contain hyphenated words
  93. content in the original CSS Box model.
  94. none, manual, and auto
  95. Enables automatic hyphenation of words based on line-break opportunities within words or by a "language-appropriate hyphenation resource"
  96. «flow-into» and «flow-from» CSS properties.
  97. hyphenation.
  98. the columns feature in Microsoft Word.
  99. A script method defined by Microsoft as returning "an array of Range instances corresponding to the content from the region flow that is positioned in the region"
  100. #main-data-source {
    -ms-flow-into: main;
  101. Specifies the gap between the columns, which is also known as the gutter or alley
  102. Specifies how to fill columns; balances content equally between columns, if possible, or fills columns sequentially
  103. flow content dynamically.
  104. Inserts a break within the generated column box
  105. «flow-from» properties.
  106. Inserts a break before the generated column box
  107. «columns-span» property.
  108. below the exclusion but leaves the sides blank.
  109. flows into the next region.
  110. Provides an offset for content outside the element
  111. holds content and displays it in columns.
  112. Allows you to manipulate regions dynamically
  113. top, bottom, left, or right sides of a container.
  114. <!doctype html>
    <html lang="en-us">
    <html xmlns=""
    xml:lang="en" lang="en">
  115. rules
  116. problem of long words wrapping to the next line and leaving a gap on the previous line.
  117. «flow-into» property—this is how the content source and content container are associated.
  118. Specifies the width of a column or columns
  119. content you want to flow through a layout.
  120. «region-overflow» and «overflow» properties.
  121. «flow-into» CSS property.
  122. better control of content flow in more complex layouts.