The Scroll Padding bottom is an inbuilt property in Scroll Snap module. This property set the scroll padding longhand. This property acts as a magnet on the top of the sliding element that stick to the top of the view-port and stop the scrolling(forcefully) in that place.
The Scroll Padding property is optional, this property is used when the Scroll Snap type property is set to none.
scroll-padding-bottom: [ length percentage | auto ]
Property Values: This property accept two property mentioned above and described below:
- length-percentage: This property works same as other padding property contains the length in any specific unit for padding.
- auto: This property leaves some spaces for padding determined by browsers.
Example: Below example illustrates the Scroll Padding bottom property:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by CSS Scroll Padding bottom are listed below:
- Google Chrome 69
- Internet Explorer 11
- Firefox 68
- Safari 11
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