The overflow-x property in CSS specifies whether to add a scroll bar, clip the content or display overflow content of a block-level element, when it overflows at the left and right edges.
In other words, this property helps us to display the content which is overflowing from the page horizontally.
The default value of overflow-x property is visible. This CSS property is not animatable.
- visible: This property does not clip the content. The content may be rendered outside the left and right edges.
- hidden: It is used to clip the content and no scrolling mechanism is provided.
- scroll: It is used to clip the content and providing a scrolling mechanism.
- auto: It provides a scrolling mechanism for overflowing boxes.
- initial: This property is used to set overflow-x property to its default value.
- inherit: This property is inherited from its parent.
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by border-bottom-color property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 4.0
- Internet Explorer 9.0
- Firefox 3.5
- Safari 3.0
- Opera 9.5
- HTML | DOM Style overflowX Property
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- CSS | nav-down property
- CSS | nav-up property
- CSS | all Property
- CSS | top Property
- CSS | right Property
- CSS overflow-y Property
- CSS | bleed property
- CSS | clear Property
- CSS | border-right Property
- CSS | clip Property
- CSS | columns Property
- CSS | align-self Property
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