CSS Text Alignment — quipoin

In CSS, text alignment within an element is controlled by using the text-align property.
This property allows you to specify how the text content inside an element should be aligned horizontally.

Values you can use for the text-align property:

left: This is the default value and aligns the text to the left edge of the element.
right: Align the text to the right side of the element.
center: Aligns the text to the center of the element.
justify: Justify the text, spreading it out to align with both the left and right edges of the element. This is often used in paragraphs and blocks of text.
start: This value is dependent on the document's writing direction. In a left-to-right writing direction, it is equivalent to left, and in a right-to-left writing direction, it is equivalent to right.
end: Also dependent on the writing direction. In a left-to-right writing direction, it is equivalent to right, and in a right-to-left writing direction, it is equivalent to left.