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Description

You want to use CSS overflow in your designs, but overflow doesn’t work properly in many browsers, particularly mobile ones. Many popular mobile browsers treat overflow: auto the same as overflow: hidden, cropping overflow content from view, and leaving users no way to access it.

But wait – many browsers actually support overflow very well! In particular, desktop browsers tend to support it without a hitch, and many of the latest versions of most mobile platforms do too. The trouble is, it’s hard – perhaps impossible – to test for overflow support, and even if we could use it safely where supported, many popular browsers lack that support and would be left with a degraded experience.

Payment model: Free

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