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JJ
I am trying to stop my layout spoiling when a textbox with a width of 100%
has a large amount of text in it.

On the master page I have tried using a div with style="overflow:auto", and
this work for that div, but the layout still expands as if the overflow
wasn't working.

Anyone come across this? Am I going to have to set the exact width of all my
textboxes according to every layout?

JJ
Nov 23 '06 #1
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JJ if you have to do that then use an external css file so you won't have to
repeat it in your code.
Patrick
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I am trying to stop my layout spoiling when a textbox with a width of 100%
has a large amount of text in it.

On the master page I have tried using a div with style="overflow:auto",
and
this work for that div, but the layout still expands as if the overflow
wasn't working.

Anyone come across this? Am I going to have to set the exact width of all
my
textboxes according to every layout?

JJ


Nov 23 '06 #2

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