Last post Mar 01, 2006 04:23 PM by flanakin
Mar 01, 2006 09:26 AM|Lobo1628|LINK
Mar 01, 2006 10:59 AM|flanakin|LINK
The only way you can do this would be to set the hieght/width of the pane and set the CSS
overflow property to
auto. You can do this either in the skin or programmatically, depending on your needs..
Mar 01, 2006 12:13 PM|Lobo1628|LINK
Mar 01, 2006 01:46 PM|dnngirl34|LINK
Mar 01, 2006 03:43 PM|flanakin|LINK
This isn't a module issue, it's a skin issue. You'll have to change the skin. Simply add this code to each pane and it should work:
If your panes don't have a fixed width, then it may not work correctly, but it's worth a try [:)] I want to say that it will work based on display size, but I'm not 100% sure on that.
Mar 01, 2006 03:47 PM|Lobo1628|LINK
Mar 01, 2006 04:23 PM|flanakin|LINK
Modules may be able to be setup for scrolling, but that doesn't solve the problem for all modules within the entire pane. That's why it's a skin issue.
Now, if you only want to do this for a module, then you can add the following in the header and footer settings for that module...
Header: <div style="overflow:auto; width:500px;">