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:
|px||It defines screen pixels as a measurement unit.|
|%||It defines % as a measurement unit relative to an enclosing element.|
|em||In 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.
|rem||It represents the font size of the root element.|
|VW||VW stands for viewport width.|
|VH||VH stands for viewport height.|
|ex||It defines the element's font’s x-height.|
|Auto||It sets the value to auto.|
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