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Flow control issue
pcguru333




msg:1202112
 4:29 pm on Jan 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

I have been recently tasked with fixing some flow control issues in a web app. Page has a header that is fine. It has a left floated navbar - and it works fine. The main 'content' div is the issue. The footer as well works as it should.

The issue is that the content div will drop below the floated navbar if the content div becomes to large (which always happens at 800x600 res)

The data in the content div is dynamic and user selected - so the table selected will have as many columns as the user desires. My question is this: Is there any way to force (without using AP) the content div to not drop down and to simply horizontally scroll? If code is needed I can provide.

By the way this is a strict IE 6.0 environment only.

Thanks

 

pcguru333




msg:1202113
 5:54 pm on Jan 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

No worries - I fixed this issue on my own.

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