>> 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
>> 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
>> TIA for any comments/suggestions.
>> Best regards,
> Andrea Black wrote:
>> I'm not sure if I understand your problem correctly... but
>> if you do not want the length to overtake the 800px that you've forced
>> the container to be then put a fixed width (no sense having a percentage
>> if your ultimate container is fixed width!) on the #main and have
>> overflow:auto ... don't worry about any fancy overflow-x or anything.
>> And then you'll only see the vertical scrollbar.
>> Let me know how this works for you.
>> ~ Lacuna
I will certainly try that as it sure sounds reasonable.
Thanks for the input.
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