[Pro] Scrolling Markup Item

I think this has been answered before on someone else’s thread but i’ll be damned if i can find it.

I have an Html Markup item on my page with a php include instruction. The width is fine and the content wraps itself but i cannot seem to control the vertical scroll.

No matter what i do to add the scrolling instruction it just won’t do it!?

I would appreciate any advice on this.

May thanks in advance,

Adam


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Is it online somewhere that we can see the underlying code?

David


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Thanks David, here’s a test link

The item should be 245px deep and scrollable but its not happening??

thanks Adam


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Adam, on the html item with the id “pulsemarkup” use the Inspector to set
the overflow to “scroll” and that should work.


Ernie Simpson

On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 9:13 AM, Adam Bullen email@hiddenwrote:

Thanks David, here’s a test link

Stevenswood are a dedicated uPVC and aluminium trade supplier.

The item should be 245px deep and scrollable but its not happening??

thanks Adam


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Hi Ernie,

I’ve done that already (plus the hidden and auto options)
Just tried again and it doesn’t apply the code???

Stumped!


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Draw an HTML box where you want the code to appear. If your PHP will emit block-level HTML tags (not just text or inline content) then use an instance of the CrowBar Action instead of a markup item. If your PHP does not emit any block-level tags (if it’s safe to put your content inside a P tag) then you can use a regular Markup Item instead.

Now you can style the outer HTML box using the Inspector, and get the scroll behavior etc. that you want.

Walter

On Feb 8, 2013, at 8:17 AM, Adam Bullen wrote:

I think this has been answered before on someone else’s thread but i’ll be damned if i can find it.

I have an Html Markup item on my page with a php include instruction. The width is fine and the content wraps itself but i cannot seem to control the vertical scroll.

No matter what i do to add the scrolling instruction it just won’t do it!?

I would appreciate any advice on this.

May thanks in advance,

Adam


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Hi Walter,

Don’t know why i didn’t think of that… it’s been a long week!

Didn’t need the crowbar action but i will bear that in mind for the future.

Just needed to apply my text class to the html box again.

The content is being updated by my customer using pulsecms.
A nice easy cms if anybody wants a recommendation.

Thanks again for your help Walter and for Dave and Ernie too for taking the time.

Cheers,

Adam


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Forgot to mention – this must be used inline within the HTML item you drew, as would the Markup Item if you do use that.

Walter

On Feb 8, 2013, at 9:36 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

use an instance of the CrowBar Action instead of a markup item


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