Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

Handicraft Artists

This property describes decorations that are added to the text of an element using the element's color. When specified on or propagated to an inline element, it affects all the boxes generated by that element, and is further propagated to any in-flow block-level boxes that split the inline (see section 9.2.1.1). But, in CSS 2.1, it is undefined whether the decoration propagates into block-level tables. For block containers that establish an inline formatting context, the decorations are propagated to an anonymous inline element that wraps all the in-flow inline-level children of the block container. For all other elements it is propagated to any in-flow children. Note that text decorations are not propagated to floating and absolutely positioned descendants, nor to the contents of atomic inline-level descendants such as inline blocks and inline tables. Underlines, overlines, and line-throughs are applied only to text (including white space, letter spacing, and word spacing): margins, borders, and padding are skipped. User agents must not render these text decorations on content that is not text. For example, images and inline blocks must not be underlined.