The Scroll Padding property is an inbuilt property in Scroll Snap module. This property sets the scroll padding longhands. This property acts as a magnet on the top of the sliding element that sticks to the top of the viewport and stops 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: [ 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 property:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by CSS Scroll Padding are listed below:
- Google Chrome 69
- Internet Explorer 11
- Firefox 68
- Safari 11
- CSS | Scroll Padding bottom
- CSS | Scroll Padding top
- CSS scroll-padding-right Property
- CSS scroll-padding-block-end Property
- CSS scroll-padding-left Property
- CSS scroll-padding-inline Property
- CSS scroll-padding-inline-start Property
- CSS scroll-padding-block-start Property
- CSS scroll-padding-block Property
- CSS scroll-padding-inline-end Property
- Hide scroll bar, but while still being able to scroll using CSS
- CSS | Margins and Padding
- CSS | padding-right Property
- CSS | padding-left Property
- CSS padding-bottom Property
- CSS | padding-top Property
- CSS | padding-block Property
- CSS | padding-inline-start Property
- CSS | padding-inline Property
- CSS | padding-block-end Property
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