Text-Justify, Volume, and Other Style Sheet Properties - Text-transform (Page 2 of 6 )
text-transform IE 4 NN 4 Moz all Saf all Op all CSS 1
Controls the capitalization of the element’s text. When a value other than none is assigned to this property, the cases of all letters in the source text are arranged by the style sheet, overriding the case of the source text characters.
text-transform: caseType | none
A value of none allows the case of the source text to be rendered as-is. Other available constant values are capitalize | lowercase | uppercase. A value of capitalize sets the first character of every word to uppercase. The values lowercase and uppercase render all characters of the element text in their respective cases.
text-underline-position IE 5.5 NN n/a Moz n/a Saf n/a Op n/a CSS n/a
Controls whether an underline (i.e., an element with a text-decoration style set to underline ) is rendered above or below the text. Applicable primarily to Asian languages rendered in vertical columns.
text-underline-position: positionType | none
IE 5.5 recognizes two constant values: above | below. IE 6 adds the values auto and auto-pos (which appear to do the same thing). The default value also changed between versions, from below to auto. In IE 6, the auto value underlines vertical Japanese text “above” (to the right) of the characters.
For positioned elements, this defines the position of the top margin edge of an element relative to the top edge of the next outermost block content container.
top: length | percentage | auto
See the discussion about length values at the beginning of this chapter. Negative lengths may be allowed in some contexts, but be sure to test the results on all browsers. You may also specify a percentage value, which is calculated based on the height of the next outermost container. The setting of auto lets the browser determine the top offset of the element box on its naturally flowing offset within the containing box.