The -webkit-overflow-scrolling CSS property controls whether or not touch devices use momentum-based scrolling for the given element.
Values. visible: content is not clipped when it proceeds outside its box. This is the default value of the property. hidden: overflowing content will be hidden.
Nonzero values must specify a unit: s for seconds, ms for milliseconds. The default value is 0.
`-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch` broken for initially offscreen elements in iOS7. up vote 20 down vote favorite.
This is not a bug; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch induces a stacking context. Just like if you put opacity: 0.9 or a 3d transform on the element.
Oddly though it’s not every page using the same scrollable content container layout.
This is the default value of the property. hidden: overflowing content will be hidden.
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For reference purposes, here is a scrolling layer with overflow-scrolling: auto.
Add .overflow-x: -webkit-marquee; to a new line in your code. This will make the text scroll continuously along instead of stopping at the edge of the div..