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Overflow

Use these shorthand utilities for quickly configuring how content overflows an element.

Adjust the overflow property on the fly with four default values and classes. These classes are not responsive by default.

This is an example of using .overflow-auto on an element with set width and height dimensions. By design, this content will vertically scroll.
This is an example of using .overflow-hidden on an element with set width and height dimensions.
This is an example of using .overflow-visible on an element with set width and height dimensions.
This is an example of using .overflow-scroll on an element with set width and height dimensions.
<div class="overflow-auto">...</div>
<div class="overflow-hidden">...</div>
<div class="overflow-visible">...</div>
<div class="overflow-scroll">...</div>

Using Sass variables, you may customize the overflow utilities by changing the $overflows variable in _variables.scss.

Sass

Utilities API

Overflow utilities are declared in our utilities API in scss/_utilities.scss. Learn how to use the utilities API.

    "overflow": (
      property: overflow,
      values: auto hidden visible scroll,
    ),