scorllable div

how to make the div with many images scroll-able in one row in responsive web design ? i do not want to see the scroll bars.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
<title>Untitled Document</title>
<div style="width:300px;overflow-x: hidden;">
<img src="1.gif" width="100" /><img src="2.gif"  width="100" /><img src="1.gif"  width="100" /><img src="3.gif"  width="100" /><img src="4.gif"  width="100" /><img src="5.gif"  width="100" /><img src="6.gif"  width="100" /><img src="7.gif"  width="100" /><img src="8.gif"  width="100" /><img src="9.gif"  width="100" /><img src="10.gif" width="100"  />
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Russ SuterSenior Software DeveloperCommented:
You mean something like this?
codelevelAuthor Commented:
no. i wanted in one row, in mobile should be able to swipe right to see the hidden content .
greetings  codelevel, , In mobil (touchscreen) as well as desktop, if you set a <div> to CSS  -
    overflow: auto;
it will do the scroll (touch move-scroll div contents), however, this does not change the way a <div> with images in it (in your code) will order-display the several <img> . . . To have <div> contents to be horizontally scroll-able, You will need an image container (another <div>) inside that <div> that has a Width set in CSS to equal the total width (margins included) of all the images.

Here is my code to have your image Div be scroll-able -
  border:2px solid #090;
  padding-top: 2px;
  overflow: auto;

.imgDiv div{
  height: 150px;
  width: 1233px;
  border:1px solid #800;

.imgDiv img{
  width: 150px;
  height: 150px;
  border-left:2px solid #555;
  border-right:2px solid #555;

<div class="imgDiv">
<div><img src="images3/thumb1.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb2.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb3.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb4.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb5.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb6.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb7.jpg" /><img src="images3/thumb8.jpg" /></div>

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this has 8 images, that are all Thumbs in a same-size format of 150px x 150px with a left and right border of 2px, so the width of the container <div> is set to 8 X 154 as 1232px , and I added a px for some box-model safety so the css is  width: 1233px;
All of the images are set to width and height 150px  with a left and right border to show the separation between the images.

In touch screen devices (cell phones) scroll bars not shown, so for this I have the  .imgDiv  height as -

However in Non-touchscreen desktop browsers, the scroll-bars are usually shown, so the .imgDiv  height will not seen to match, as the scroll-bars will subtract from the view height.

I hope is is something like you need?  Let me know if it is not workin 4 u .

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