Definition of align-items
text-align property is used to specify alignment for items located in a flex container:
display: -webkit-flex; /* Safari */
-webkit-align-items: flex-start; /* Safari 7.0 and newer */
Introduced in CSS3,
align-items belongs to the Flexbox layout. It can be neither inherited nor animated.
Tip: using the align-self property would override align-items.
Syntax rules for align-items
The syntax for the CSS
align-items property is simple – all you need to define is one of the available property values:
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|Default. Stretches the items to fit the container
|Positions the items at the center of the container
|Positions the items at the beginning of the container
|Positions the items at the end of the container
|Positions the items at the baseline of the container
|Returns the default value of the property.
|Inherits the property from the parent element.