CSS scroll-margin-top property
The scroll-margin-top property is used to set all the scroll margins to the top of an element at once. The value specified for the scroll-margin-top determines how much of the page that is primarily outside the support should remain visible.
Hence, the scroll-margin-top values represent outsets that define the scroll snap area that is used for snapping this box to the support.
scroll-margin-top: length /* Or */ scroll-margin-top: Global_Values
Property values: This property accepts two-properties mentioned above and described below:
- length: This property refers to the values defined with length units: px, em, rem, vh, etc.
- Global_Values: This property refers to the global values like initial, inherit, unset, etc.
Note: scroll-margin-top doesn’t accept percentage value as the length.
Example: In this example, you can see the effect of scroll-margin-top by scrolling to a point partway between two of the “interfaces” of the example’s content.
- Internet Explorer (Not Supported)
- Safari(partially supported)