A tool to detect which DOM element causes a horizontal scroll
This tool iterate through all HTML DOM elements and compare their width with it's parent to check which element is exceeding its parent's width. Except some special circumstances, that DOM element which exceeds their parent element might be causing the horizontal scroll to the parent. When HTML stack is not properly ordered, this might be causing a horizontal scroll to the HTML body itself i.e. A page level scroll. During development, developers find it hard to detect which element is causing this horizontal scroll. They will inspect each and every DOM element to find the root of their problem manually. This tool will help doing it easily.
- (2020-10-16) AlmostSwiss: First extension review ever. Thanks... so simple and within seconds I had discovered the element that was ruining my design. Great work.
- (2020-09-05) Łukasz: Simple and it does the job!