Last post Jul 31, 2007 03:35 PM by speednet
Jun 17, 2007 06:06 AM|diadem_2k|LINK
I tried with overflow: scroll and overflow: auto...both didn't work??? can anyone guide me here.....thanks a lot in advance
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Jun 17, 2007 07:54 AM|jimmy q|LINK
Jun 17, 2007 04:53 PM|A1ien51|LINK
Note overflow-x and overflow-y are IE only at the moment even though there is a push to get it into the standards.
Jun 20, 2007 09:11 AM|Rizwan328|LINK
apply this css class to div
OVERFLOW: auto; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 1px; WIDTH: 100%; BORDER-BOTTOM: #000000 1px; HEIGHT: 258px;
Jun 20, 2007 09:14 AM|Rizwan328|LINK
Hope this code will help you if not i can tell provide you more details.
Muhammad Rizwan Javed
Software Engineer, MechTechnologies
Jul 31, 2007 03:35 PM|speednet|LINK
i believe the overflow x and y should add scroll bars in the div provided the content is larger then the div's specified width/height
overflow-x and overflow-y are part of the CSS level 3 standard. They are already supported in IE6+ and Firefox, although supposedly just to the HTML tag in IE6. I have tested it in Firefox to get rid of a tiny 1px overflow causing a body-level scrollbar.
I applied overflow-x: hidden to the HTML tag, and it did get rid of the scrollbar across the bottom.
One thing of note [to the VS2005 team] is that VS2005 does not recognize overflow-x or overflow-y. Can you please add them to your validation?
Here is the MSDN page on these properties: