The min-width property in CSS is used to define the minimum width of an element. The value of the width cannot be less than the value of min-width. If the content specified within the element is smaller, min-width maintains the specified minimum width.
The min-width property defines the minimum width of an element.
If the content is smaller than the minimum width, the minimum width will be applied.
If the content is larger than the minimum width, the min-width property has no effect.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by property are listed below: