> From: [EMAIL-REMOVED] on behalf of Ray Leventhal
> Sent: Tue 8/7/2007 8:28 AM
> To: css-d
> Subject: [css-d] scrollbars and 'overflow'
> Hi all,
> I've a site with a moderate amount of content in each page, with one
> I've got overflow-y: auto; on <div id="main">, so I certainly expect to
> see the vertical scroll bar.
> I was going to ask: "Must I explicitly add overflow-x: hidden; to that
> element to prevent the horizontal bar at bottom? " but even with that
> added, the horizontal bar appears.
> The content doesn't appear to come close to the div boundaries, so this
> one has me a bit puzzled.
> TIA for any comments/suggestions.
> Best regards,
> Set overflow-x:none
Thanks, Scott. Sadly that didn't fix the problem.
Since my original post, I realized I was 'overflow'ing the wrong
element. The scrolls were appearing on 'container' not 'main'.
I've adjusted my css, but alas....the content of main is now breaching
the lower boundary on this page.
Looking forward to the solution of what is surely a newbie issue :)
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