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hey guys. i created a [codepen](http://codepen.io/mostafaghanbari-cssmax/pen/ylJgd) for this question and my question is:
CSS – I think you can only style these in Webkit.
Basically, you pretty can’t style these with CSS (except as mentioned above) because they are browser objects rather than HTML elements and each browser will choose to render then in it’s own way.
Webkit is, AFAIK, the only one which will let you style them.
BTW…you mean position, not direction.
@chriscoyier did an article on custom scroll bars previously – http://css-tricks.com/custom-scrollbars-in-webkit/
Edit: @paulie_d beat me too it!
With regard to changing the direction I’m unsure if it’s possible but even if it is it might be confusing for users if you reverse it, so I wouldn’t recommend it.
very good point @paulie_d, especially when you said:
> they are browser objects rather than HTML elements and each browser will choose to render then in it’s own way.
so i think jQuery is my answer. thanks
sir ,scrollbar code not working in mozilla browser why?
it is work only safari and chrome.
Textarea tag Scroll Bar Color Properties
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