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Supported Units

In CSS, there are several units widely used by developers. All those units are available with a single click. With real-time preview.

By clicking on the dropdown, you can select different units, such as:

pxIt defines screen pixels as a measurement unit.
%It defines % as a measurement unit relative to an enclosing element.
emIn the case of typographical properties, it represents the font size of the parent.
In the case of other properties like width, it represents the font size of the element itself.
remIt represents the font size of the root element.
VWVW stands for viewport width.
VHVH stands for viewport height.
exIt defines the element's font’s x-height.
AutoIt sets the value to auto.

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