var result = element.ms-wrap-flow; element.ms-wrap-flow = value;
The -ms-wrap-flow property makes an element an exclusion element when it has a computed value other than auto. This property specifies that the exclusion element (the exclusion) can be positioned in various ways, and that inline content will wrap around the exclusion in a way similar to how it wraps around floated elements. When the -ms-wrap-flow property’s computed value is auto, the element does not become an exclusion element unless its float property’s computed value is not none. In that case, the element contributes its border box to its containing block’s wrapping context and content flows around it according to the clear property. For more information about exclusion elements’ impact on content flow, see the Definitions section of the CSS3 Exclusions specification.
-ms-wrap-flow: auto | both | start | end | maximum | clear
- CSS Exclusions and Shapes Module Level 3, Section 3.1.1
- Internet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers: CSS ExclusionsInternet Explorer 10 Guide for Developers: CSS Exclusions
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