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Scroll Snap in CSS

Without any JavaScript or “scrolljacking”

When we’re scrolling down a page, or through a gallery of images, snap-targets can help guide us from one section or image to the next. In the past, developers have used JavaScript to hijack scrolling, but now we can manage scroll alignment directly in CSS with only a few lines of code.

The fallback even works well in old browsers!

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