CSS overflow property

- WD

Originally a single property for controlling overflowing content in both horizontal & vertical directions, the overflow property is now a shorthand for overflow-x & overflow-y. The latest version of the specification also introduces the clip value that blocks programmatic scrolling.

IE

  1. 5.5 - 10: Partial support
  2. 11: Partial support

Edge

  1. 12 - 18: Partial support
  2. 79 - 89: Partial support
  3. 90 - 100: Supported
  4. 101: Supported

Firefox

  1. 2 - 60: Partial support
  2. 61 - 80: Partial support
  3. 81 - 99: Supported
  4. 100: Supported
  5. 101 - 102: Supported

Chrome

  1. 4 - 67: Partial support
  2. 68 - 89: Partial support
  3. 90 - 100: Supported
  4. 101: Supported
  5. 102 - 104: Supported

Safari

  1. 3.1 - 13: Partial support
  2. 13.1 - 15.3: Partial support
  3. 15.4: Partial support
  4. TP: Supported

Opera

  1. 9 - 54: Partial support
  2. 55 - 85: Partial support
  3. 86: Partial support
  4. 87: Partial support

Safari on iOS

  1. 3.2 - 13.3: Partial support
  2. 13.4 - 15.3: Partial support
  3. 15.4: Partial support

Opera Mini

  1. all: Partial support

Android Browser

  1. 2.1 - 4.4.4: Partial support
  2. 101: Supported

Opera Mobile

  1. 10 - 12.1: Partial support
  2. 64: Supported

Chrome for Android

  1. 101: Supported

Firefox for Android

  1. 100: Supported

UC Browser for Android

  1. 12.12: Partial support

Samsung Internet

  1. 4 - 14.0: Partial support
  2. 15.0: Supported
  3. 16.0: Supported

QQ Browser

  1. 10.4: Partial support

Baidu Browser

  1. 7.12: Partial support

KaiOS Browser

  1. 2.5: Partial support

Effectively all browsers support the CSS 2.1 definition for single-value overflow as well as overflow-x & overflow-y and values visible, hidden, scroll & auto

Resources:
WebKit bug on support for two values syntax
WebKit bug on support for clip value
CSS overflow on MDN
Edge bug on support for two values syntax