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How about overflow-scrolling? iOS Safari needs the webkit vendor prefix for example. Can't find ... #1308
How about overflow-scrolling? iOS Safari needs the webkit vendor prefix for example. Can't find it on MDN. See http://www.quirksmode.org/css/css2/overflowscrolling.html.
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May 19, 2015
Android does support it, although it's broken on certain versions. That's why this would be handy.
Hi all, almost 2 years later and STILL !? no overflow-scrolling at caniuse.com. Sure thing, Opera's 0.000000001% of market will complain. Elsewhere, check out our viewport grid that depends entirely on overflow-scrolling to work.
Cool thought from W3, "The scrollable overflow region is the non-rectangular region occupied by the scrollable overflow." Perhaps this explains why the established W3 Recommendation demonstrates so well in the CSS Play viewport grid. Overflow allows us to isolate or scroll user data regions.
We can all see now how viewport grid single 'page' overflow transforms into an html/css only 3d web cube [2020 Tokyo web hosting?]. We can keep it simple and z-index flat-page 3x3 cubes. Also, deploying each 3x3 object as a six-sided cube, overflow may seem a tad too theoretical? For encryption deployments, the data dispersion model can now extend from 2D scramble games, beyond six surfaces of the 1x1 scrollable page cube provided by CSS3 and HTML5 in the DOM. Does that 162-surface scrollable content model require Docsys 5, anybody? Where are we at?
Can I Use. OVERFLOW-SCROLLING