I have a html page that has three reports within it. All three reports size vertically when content within them grow. This makes the html page generate a vertical scroll bar like any other web page on the web. But when I drop that page into a collaborative portal "single column page", the portal page itself creates another vertical scroll bar. Even though I have the portal shell "page height mode" set to fill.
How can I remove this outer scroll bar and allow the inner content html page to control the vertical scrolling?This message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
Recap: there is an html page with a scroll bar (for any content that overflows). The HTML page is then placed in a single column portal page.
Does the html page itself grow in height to accommodate the longer content? (I assume no, but I like to check using the browser developer tools)
On the portal page, did you create a panel (in the single column) with a fixed height (to hold the HTML page)?
Webfocus 8202, WindowsThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Berny,
Berny and Edward, we've no idea what version of WebFOCUS you're using.
WebFOCUS 8206, Unix, Windows
Been a while since I checked this but what I did was make sure on the portal editor-single column container, I set all of the margins to zero . Then in the page that holds my html content, I set the height to auto.
That did the trick. Now my inner html page will grow when the report within it grows in length and produces only 1 vertical scroll bar.
Thanks for all of the input.
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