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Nada Rifki
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Mar 9, 2020 ⋅ 2 min read

How to use CSS Scroll Snap

Nada Rifki Nada is a JavaScript developer who likes to play with UI components to create interfaces with great UX. She specializes in Vue.js and loves sharing anything and everything that could help her fellow frontend web developers. Nada also dabbles in digital marketing, dance, and Chinese.

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4 Replies to "How to use CSS Scroll Snap"

  1. The only issue you’ll encounter is with Internet Explorer and Firefox, which require an older version of the specs that you can find here.

    Firefox supports modern version of spec since version 68 (current ESR), you have outdated info…

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