The min-inline-size CSS property corresponds to the min-height or the min-width depending on the element's writing-mode.
object.style.minInlineSize = "value";
<'min-inline-size'> = <'min-width'>
<'min-width'> = auto | <length-percentage> | min-content | max-content | fit-content( <length-percentage> )
Automatically specified by the user agent.
<length-percentage> = [ <length> | <percentage> ]
Specifies the length using a number followed by a unit of measurement.
Specifies the percentage using a number followed by a percent sign (%).
Represents the largest min-content contribution of the items occupying the track.
Represents the largest max-content contribution of the items occupying the track.
Represents the formula max(minimum, min(limit, max-content)), where minimum represents an auto minimum (which is often, but not always, equal to a min-content minimum), and limit is the track sizing function passed as an argument to fit-content(). This is essentially calculated as the smaller of minmax(auto, max-content) and minmax(auto, limit).