How To Hide Scrollbar Css

In web design, scrollbars play an essential role in enhancing user experience by providing easy navigation through the content. However, there are times when you might want to hide the default scrollbar to achieve a cleaner look or to implement a custom scrollbar design. In this blog post, we will show you how to hide the scrollbar using simple CSS techniques.

Method 1: Hide scrollbar for all elements

By using the following CSS code, you can hide the scrollbar globally for all the elements on the page. This means that no scrollbar will be visible, but the content will still be scrollable.

    /* Hide scrollbar for all elements */
    ::-webkit-scrollbar {
        width: 0;  /* Remove scrollbar space */
        background: transparent;  /* Make the scrollbar transparent */

Note that this CSS code targets WebKit-based browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, and the latest versions of Opera. If you want to support Firefox, you can use the following code:

    /* Hide scrollbar for Firefox */
    html {
        scrollbar-width: none;

Method 2: Hide scrollbar for specific elements

Sometimes, you might want to hide the scrollbar only for specific elements instead of the entire page. You can achieve this by adding a class to the targeted elements and applying the following CSS code:

    /* Hide scrollbar for specific elements with .hide-scrollbar class */
    .hide-scrollbar::-webkit-scrollbar {
        width: 0;
        background: transparent;

    .hide-scrollbar {
        scrollbar-width: none;  /* For Firefox */

Now you can simply add the .hide-scrollbar class to any HTML element to hide the scrollbar for that specific element:

    <div class="hide-scrollbar">
        <!-- Your scrollable content here -->


Hiding the scrollbar using CSS is an easy and effective way to create a cleaner look or implement custom scrollbar designs. By following the methods described in this blog post, you can either hide the scrollbar globally for all elements on the page or target specific elements. Keep in mind that hiding the scrollbar might affect the user experience, so use these techniques wisely.