Your guide on how to use and make the most out of RTLCSS
In a right-to-left, top-to-bottom script (commonly shortened to right to left or abbreviated RTL), writing starts from the right of the page and continues to the left. For example Arabic script (the most widespread RTL writing system in modern times ).
Web development depends heavily on CSS to create visually engaging webpages, user interfaces for web applications, and user interfaces for many mobile applications. CSS defines how HTML elements are to be displayed via Positioning, Box model, Typographic and Visual properties, such as
text-align:right, … etc.
Browsers will apply these properties AS IS regardless of the document language direction. This means in order for an international website to support RTL languages, it should adjust the entire CSS to render from right to left.
For example, this is how different github would be if it was to be viewed in an RTL language:
Just like a mirror, where everything gets flipped.