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Overflow (visible, hidden, scroll, and auto) - Webflow CSS tutorial

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Sometimes, you might have a lot of content in a parent element that has a limited width or height. By default, the content will remain visible outside of the parent element’s bounds. With the overflow property, you can decide how to handle that overflowing content. In this video, we’ll cover how to ly the 4 overflow properties of: 1. Visible: the default 2. Hidden: clip the content 3. Scroll: always display scrollbars 4. Auto: displays scrollbars if content overflows ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
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Technical Bhaijaan (13 days ago)
awesome and so clear
Nhật Quang Nguyễn (2 months ago)
love it. Hope to see more from you <3
Nandamuri Chaitanya (4 months ago)
Song Yi (4 months ago)
Thanks. straight to the point! New subs here :)
Elizabeth Dávila (4 months ago)
I tried the hidden in a few ways and it's not working
Webflow (4 months ago)
Hi Elizabeth. On which element are you applying overflow:hidden? Does it have a fixed height? By default, a div block will grow with the content that you place within it. To use overflow:hidden, your div block should have a fixed height, then when you add more content in that div block it will extend beyond the div block and overflow hidden will crop it out and hide it. See here: https://cl.ly/2ea8f6d31ae6 Hope this makes sense and it's helpful. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us, and we'll be happy to help! You can reach out to our customer support team here: https://university.webflow.com/contact
Simone Spinedi (9 months ago)
what software is that?
Webflow (9 months ago)
What you see in the video is Webflow: a professional web design tool and hosting solution which lets us build dynamic, interactive, responsive websites visually without having to code. Check it out! www.webflow.com
J Canan (1 year ago)
What about overflow-x: scroll; overflow-y: hidden;??? Will this be possible soon? Would be really useful!

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