Supported CSS properties

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Flash Player supports a subset of properties in the original CSS1 specification (www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1). The following table shows the supported CSS properties. (Each ActionScript property name is derived from the corresponding CSS property name; the hyphen is omitted and the subsequent character is capitalized.)

CSS property

Usage and supported values

text-align

Recognized values are left, center, right, and justify.

font-size

Only the numeric part of the value is used. Units (px, pt) are not parsed; pixels and points are equivalent.

text-decoration

Recognized values are none and underline.

margin-left

Only the numeric part of the value is used. Units (px, pt) are not parsed; pixels and points are equivalent.

margin-right

Only the numeric part of the value is used. Units (px, pt) are not parsed; pixels and points are equivalent.

font-weight

Recognized values are normal and bold.

kerning

Recognized values are true and false.

font-style

Recognized values are normal and italic.

letter-spacing

Only the numeric part of the value is used. Units (px, pt) are not parsed; pixels and points are equivalent.

text-indent

Only the numeric part of the value is used. Units (px, pt) are not parsed; pixels and points are equivalent.

font-family

A comma-separated list of fonts to use, in descending order of desirability. Any font family name can be used. If you specify a generic font name, it is converted to an appropriate device font. The following font conversions are available: mono is converted to _typewriter, sans-serif is converted to _sans, and serif is converted to _serif.

color

Only hexadecimal color values are supported. Named colors (such as blue) are not supported. Colors are written in the following format: #FF0000.

display

Supported values are inline, block, and none.