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The CSS dimension properties allow you to control the height and width of an element. It also allows you to increase the space between two lines.


Examples

Set the height of an image using a pixel value
This example demonstrates how to set the height of an element using a pixel value.

Set the height of an image using percent
This example demonstrates how to set the height of an element using a percent value.

Set the width of an element using a pixel value
This example demonstrates how to set the width of an element using a pixel value.

Set the width of an element using percent
This example demonstrates how to set the width of an element using a percent value.

Set the maximum height of an element
This example demonstrates how to set the maximum height of an element.

Set the maximum width of an element using a pixel value
This example demonstrates how to set the maximum width of an element using a pixel value.

Set the maximum width of an element using percent
This example demonstrates how to set the maximum width of an element using a percent value.

Set the minimum height of an element
This example demonstrates how to set the minimum height of an element.

Set the minimum width of an element using a pixel value
This example demonstrates how to set the minimum width of an element using a pixel value.

Set the minimum width of an element using percent
This example demonstrates how to set the minimum width of an element using a percent value.

Specify the space between lines using a percent value
This example demonstrates how to specify the space between the lines in a paragraph using a percent value.

Specify the space between lines using a pixel value
This example demonstrates how to specify the space between the lines in a paragraph using a pixel value.

Specify the space between lines using a number value
This example demonstrates how to specify the space between the lines in a paragraph using a number value.


CSS Dimension Properties

The CSS dimension properties allow you to control the height and width of an element. It also allows you to increase the space between two lines.

Browser support: IE: Internet Explorer, F: Firefox, N: Netscape.

W3C: The number in the "W3C" column indicates in which CSS recommendation the property is defined (CSS1 or CSS2).

Property Description Values IE F N W3C
height Sets the height of an element auto
length
%
4 1 6 1
line-height Sets the distance between lines normal
number
length
%
4 1 4 1
max-height Sets the maximum height of an element none
length
%
- 1 6 2
max-width Sets the maximum width of an element none
length
%
- 1 6 2
min-height Sets the minimum height of an element length
%
- 1 6 2
min-width Sets the minimum width of an element length
%
- 1 6 2
width Sets the width of an element auto
%
length
  
4 1 4 1



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