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I have a scrolling layer in my content template. Trouble is in Contribute I can't see the text that is outside the visible area of the layer. The full height of the layer is visible, and I can select the text outside the clipped area, but the text itself doesn't show up. It's as though it's still being clipped, even though I can select it. I set overflow to visible, but that didn't work. I read a few posts about setting a template property, but I'm not sure how to do that. Could someone please explain it to me, or ...

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    Default Editing text in scrolling layer?

    I have a scrolling layer in my content template. Trouble is in Contribute I
    can't see the text that is outside the visible area of the layer. The full
    height of the layer is visible, and I can select the text outside the clipped
    area, but the text itself doesn't show up. It's as though it's still being
    clipped, even though I can select it. I set overflow to visible, but that
    didn't work. I read a few posts about setting a template property, but I'm not
    sure how to do that. Could someone please explain it to me, or offer another
    solution?

    The layer is set up as follows:

    <td width="263" height="285" colspan="2" valign="top" align="left"
    bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
    <div id="content" class="body" style="position:absolute;
    background-color:#FFFFFF; width:220; height:1500; z-index:1; top: 15px; left:
    260px; visibility:visible; overflow:visible; clip:rect(0,240,285,0);">
    Content here...
    </div>
    </td>

    Thanks for any help,
    Adam

    fx2ooo Guest

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    Default Re: Editing text in scrolling layer?

    Originally posted by: fx2ooo
    Trouble is in Contribute I can't see the text that is outside the visible area
    of the layer.

    The layer is set up as follows:

    <td width="263" height="285" colspan="2" valign="top" align="left"
    bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
    <div id="content" class="body" style="position:absolute;
    background-color:#FFFFFF; width:220; height:1500; z-index:1; top: 15px; left:
    260px; visibility:visible; overflow:visible; clip:rect(0,240,285,0);">
    Content here...
    </div>
    </td>

    Thanks for any help,
    Adam


    may you can find answer here


    cindyding0412 Guest

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