HTML elements are left-aligned by default, that is they begin at the left margin.
The CSS text-align property configures the alignment of text and inline elements within block elements such as headings, paragraphs and divs.
The values for the text-align property are left (default), center, right and justify.
The width property configures the width of an element’s content in the browser.
Be careful the width of an element displayed in the browser includes the width of the element’s content, padding, border and margin – it is not the same as the value of the width property, which only configures the width of the actual content.
The min-width property sets the minimum width of an element’s content in the browser.The minimum width value can prevent content jumping around when a browser is resized.
The max-width property sets the maximum width of an element’s content in the browser.The maximum width value can reduce the possibility ot text stretching across large expanses of the screen by a high-resolution monitor.