CSS scroll-margin-inline Property
The scroll-margin-inline property is used to set all the scroll margins to the start and end of a scroll element at once. This property is shorthand for the scroll-margin-inline-start and scroll-margin-inline-end property. The selection of the start and end sides depends upon the writing mode. The start side and end side are left and right sides respectively for horizontal-tb writing mode.
- Where horizontal-tb stands for horizontal top-to-bottom.
Similarly, start side and end side are the top and bottom sides respectively for verticle-rl or verticle-lr writing mode.
- Where verticle-rl is the verticle right to left and verticle-lr is the verticle left-to-right.
Property values: The scroll-margin-inline property accepts two properties mentioned above and described below.
- length: This property refers to the values defined with length units like em, px, rem, vh, etc.
- Global_Values: This property refers to the global values like inherit, initial, unset, etc.
Note: The scroll-margin-inline does not accept percentage value as the length.
Example: In this example, you can see the effect of scroll-margin-inline by scrolling to a point partway between two of the interfaces of the example’s content.
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