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Introduction: This is the seventh part in my CSS Styling tutorials, in which I will be covering overflow. What is Overflow? Overflow is used in CSS to decide what to do with any content that is slightly to big or wide to fit in the dedicated space (overflowing...). Structure: overflow: {type}; Example:
  2. overflow: hidden;
Values: visible - The overflow is not clipped. It still displays outside the element's area. This is the default value for each element. hidden - The overflow is clipped, and the content which overflows outside of the element's area is hidden and will

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