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IOS flicker bug when the css overflow:scroll is changed to overflow:hidden
The flicker bug is related with GPU memory of the smartphone. The memory is limited (VRAM), and if the elements are too complex or bigger than memory, it will be exhausted. In android with CyanogenMod rom you can view the gpu processing with colors in the screen. From green (low use) to red (higher use of gpu). Demo image. But I don't know if exists a similar tool for IOS. This is visible in all transitions of the app or when it use GPU. Anyway you could try remove/reduce the complexity of your elements, or this from here: Option 1 <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, user-scalable=no" /> Option 2 this: .ui-page { -webkit-backface-visibility: hidden; } Option 3 this: .ui-mobile, .ui-mobile .ui-page, .ui-mobile [data-role="page"], .ui-mobile [data-role="d

Categories : IOS

Having problems getting text-overflow and overflow: hidden to work
I'm guessing that the lines wrap before any overflow rule kicks into action. You will need to do this to prevent line breaks: .nav__item { white-space: nowrap; } I'm not sure which element you want to hide the overflow on, so I created this fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/bACQD/. Feel free to modify it to clear up any confusions.

Categories : CSS

Overflow:hidden. in js/jquery, compare hidden to visible text
Only idea what I have: <div> <span>I am some text and more text and so on and on I just keep going.</span> </div> And remove letters until span is bigger than div :P (you cane use element.offsetHeight and element.offsetWidth or $(element).height and $(element).width)

Categories : Javascript

Element does not obey overflow hidden when a child element is animated in from outside the overflow area with jQuery
The problem is that the input field automatically gains focus when it's shown (at least in Chrome; in browsers that don't do this, you won't have this issue), causing the div to scroll down to the element that would be hidden by the overflow: hidden, had the div been scrolled to the top. Manually adding theContainer.scrollTop(0); to your click function avoids the issue: theLink.click(function () { theForm.show().animate({'top':0}, 1000); theContainer.scrollTop(0); }); jsFiddle Demo

Categories : Javascript

Not able to set overflow: hidden; on a div
Basically, what you need to do is use the #wrapper div as a container, which is only 200px high. The .content div you generate should then scroll inside that wrapper. To accomplish this you need to position the wrapper relatively, and then position the content div absolutely inside the wrapper. The wrapper should never move around. The content can be as high as you want, the wrapper should always stay 200px high. Check the following fiddle, which demonstrates exactly this: http://jsfiddle.net/Uz5a9/

Categories : Javascript

Overflow hidden with different elements
if you need to support only modern browser you may use :not(:empty), like so #frame:not(:empty) { overflow: hidden; } A simple usage demo: http://jsbin.com/egatij/1/edit

Categories : Jquery

how to override overflow:hidden?
Remove to you parent class .papaer overflow:hidden and add this css .paper:after{ content:''; overflow:hidden; display:table; } Demo

Categories : CSS

Scroll to top when overflow is hidden
I believe it is not possible with CSS. You can try to look at element.scrollIntoView. Searching for scrollIntoView I found this question on SO where the answer suggests using jQuery's scrollTop.

Categories : HTML

IE overflow: hidden generates a new line
The world of IE is a mystery and a pain, However the official MSDN source suggests using -ms-overflow-style: auto | none | scrollbar | -ms-autohiding-scrollbar

Categories : CSS

Overflow:hidden not working in firefox?
This might help. How to make CSS3 rounded corners hide overflow in Chrome/Opera

Categories : HTML

CSS positioning: bottom of box right on top of box with hidden overflow
Put the help_box inside the help class, and add position relative to the help class; then adjust the bottom attribute, and not the top: #help_box { position: absolute; padding: 6px 5px; bottom: 42px; display: none; right: 5px; border-radius: 5px; color: rgb(51, 34, 170); border: 1px solid rgb(15, 27, 160); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); font-size: 12px; vertical-align: bottom; } .help { position:relative; } .help:hover #help_box { display:block; } #wrapper { top:100px; -webkit-border-radius: 6px; -moz-border-radius: 6px; background-color: #F9F9F9; border: 1px solid #D6D6D6; border-radius: 6px; font-size: 15px; margin: 0 0 20px; padding: 5px; float: none !important; width: auto !import

Categories : HTML

Is it safe to always use overflow: hidden on the html tag?
I would recommend using background position instead. As explained here: http://css-tricks.com/css-sprites/ It is more industry standard and you won't get those weird issues.

Categories : HTML

Overflow:hidden in float. Does it hide anything?
An element with an overflow value other than visible establishes a new Block Formatting Context. The fiddle your provided is a bit different than when an in-flow block level element contains a float. Even if the in-flow block level element is a sibling of an out of flow float it will still acknowledge it's presence as if it were a line box when a new BFC is created. The spec describes this in these two excerpts: Floats, absolutely positioned elements, block containers (such as inline-blocks, table-cells, and table-captions) that are not block boxes, and block boxes with 'overflow' other than 'visible' (except when that value has been propagated to the viewport) establish new block formatting contexts for their contents. In a block formatting context, each box's left outer edge tou

Categories : CSS

CSS/Jquery OverFlow Hidden not working
Something like this: <div id="back" class="" style="background: transparent url('http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2013/0209/nba_jordan_00.jpg');height: 257px; width: 800px;"> </div> </div> <script> var w = 0; $('#back').html('<div id="dawrap" class="wrap">'+ '<a class="open" href="#">OPEN</a>'+ '<div class="outer">'+ ' <div class="mainSlide">'+ '<a>'+ '<img class="content-text" src="" style="margin-left:77px; margin-top:31px; display:none;" />'+ '<br> <br>'+ 'CONTENT at Default'+ '</a>'+ '</div>'+ ' </div>'); $('.mainSlide').children().each(function() { w += $(this).outerWidth(); }); $('.outer').width(w); $('.

Categories : Javascript

How to disable scrolling (other than overflow:hidden)
If you'll be doing animations later why not trigger a few set up animations at the ready step of your document? This will minimize the element size and prevent it from overflowing bounds. $(document).ready(function() { $("#isCausingScrolling").animate({width: "toggle"},{duration:2000}); }); width: "toggle" causes the element to collapse from x width down to 0 or vice versa; duration is simply how long you want the animation to take in milliseconds. $("#Button1").on("click", function(){ $("#isCausingScrolling").animate({width: "toggle"},{duration:2000}); }); Will size the elements back to the normal width or collapse them again from some type of input (button in this case).

Categories : Javascript

mousewheel and overflow hidden not working
It seems that delta is NaN. Try to add $.event.props.push('wheelDelta'); before your wheelhandler. $.event.props.push('wheelDelta'); $('.scrollable').on('mousewheel DOMMouseScroll', function (e){ var delta = e.wheelDelta || -e.detail; this.scrollTop += (delta < 0 ? 1 : -1) * 30; return false; }); http://fiddle.jshell.net/XNwbt/301/ However, I really recommend to use Brandons mousewheel-plugin! http://fiddle.jshell.net/XNwbt/302/ Note, that during the use of Brandons plugin, the proper way is to use the second parameter from the event-handler, to get the wheel-delta...

Categories : Jquery

Absolute position and overflow hidden in CSS
I don't think so... I think you should just put your element outside the container... Put your element here instead <div class="wrap"> <div class="box"> <span>Left</span> <div class="main"></div> </div> </div> JsFiddle

Categories : HTML

overflow-y:hidden IOS issue with inner scrolling div
You have to add this to your CSS: html { height:100%; overflow:hidden; } body { height:100%; overflow:hidden; } That works for me. See here: http://jsbin.com/isayuy/10/

Categories : Javascript

Remove scrollbar like overflow hidden but needs to be visible
Use the overflow-x property to hide the horizontal scroll bar on div that creates the horizontal scrolling. For Instance, Overflow-x:hidden; EDIT If you want 1000px where the scroll should not come and it still comes in 1020, the case is that you have a padding/margin applied somewhere that is taking those extra pixels. You need to remove it to get your thing working.

Categories : CSS

jQuery UI draggable/droppable overflow hidden
Try using draggable's appendTo option in your call to draggable. $( ".big-item" ).draggable({ snap: ".big-dropzone", revert: "invalid", helper: "clone", opacity: 1, cursor: "move", appendTo: ".big-dropzone" }); Here's a codepen fork of your example

Categories : Jquery

Hiding the vertical scrollbar when overflow-x is hidden
Give width :100% to show the full content horizontally div.div1 { width: 100%; height: 300px; background-color: #000; overflow-y: visible; overflow-x: hidden; }

Categories : HTML

Text Overflow Hidden Breaks Float
What you could do is set the overflow: hidden to the parent container and then toggle that property to expose more text. For example: http://jsfiddle.net/audetwebdesign/D8QUg/ However, you need to size the div carefully so that the lines don't get cut off in the middle of the character height.

Categories : CSS

Keep images flowing horizontally with hidden overflow
#propertyThumbnails { background: #666; height: 80px; white-space: nowrap; overflow: scroll; } http://jsfiddle.net/xWcXt/3/

Categories : HTML

Firefox text-indent bug on overflow hidden
This looks like a previously unreported Gecko bug. I filed https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=908706 As a workaround, are you able to use a text-indent value that's not a percentage?

Categories : HTML

drop down div inside a parent with overflow set to hidden
I didn't see anything that called the #dropDown css. I changed the div#exportDivContent to div#dropDown and it hides the two . Is that you are trying to do? <ul> <li id="exportWrapper"> <button onclick="return false" id="triggerDropDown">trigger </button> <div id="dropDown"> <span class="one"> link one</span><br> <span class="two"> link two</span> </div> </li> </ul>

Categories : HTML

display div elements in parent with overflow hidden
Use display:inline-block instead of float and set white-space:nowrap to the container: .container { position: relative; width: 405px; height: 500px; background: red; margin: 0 auto; overflow: hidden; white-space: nowrap; } .div { width: 200px; height: 200px; background: blue; display: inline-block; border: 1px solid red; } Demo fiddle Now you'll most likely face some white-space issues, read this answer for multiple ways to handle that

Categories : HTML

How to make overflow-x: hidden on android browser?
This is a frequently asked questions. And still there is no any good solution for it. You can't also use styles such as: overflow-x: hidden; overflow-y: scroll; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; All recomendations are to use any third party library, like this

Categories : Android

overflow hidden with border-radius and translate3d
Since you are not using the z in the translate, you can change it to translate2d, that does work: demo .scroller{ width: 300px; height: 500px; border: 3px solid red; border-radius: 30px; overflow: hidden; } .scroller-content{ width: 300px; height: 300px; background: green; -webkit-transform: translate(0, -8px); } This is documented in the link that Chtiwi Malek provided, but there it states that is only for mobile browser, and I have this issue in desktop. edit It also works (at least in desktop) if you set overflow and transform in the same element .scroller{ width: 300px; height: 500px; border: 3px solid red; border-radius: 30px; overflow: hidden; -webkit-transform: translate3d(0, -8px, 5px); } .scroller-content{ width: 300px; height: 300px;

Categories : HTML

force element to display outside of overflow hidden
please check the following fiddle I created: http://jsfiddle.net/NUNNf/12/ You should add an external container like such: <div class="container"> <div class="outer"> <div class="inner"> </div> </div> <div class="show-up">this needs to show up ALL 300 pixels high of it</div> </div> and then add the elements inside

Categories : HTML

How to show the value which is used inside overflow hidden using z-index
First of all this is not the way to provide link for you fiddle.. and the second thing is you cannot achieve both overflow:hidden and show only one content inside that div[overflow:auto/scroll is exception].. If you really want to show only the link y dont you place it at begining..?? Or else place link in different div.. So that it will appear right under it.. All you need to do is proper designing...

Categories : Jquery

bootstrap's overflow:hidden in a div doesn't work
try this overflow:hidden working http://jsfiddle.net/RZQwb/9/ #wrapper {position:absolute; border:1px solid blue; width:200px; overflow:hidden; }

Categories : HTML

Child ul not showing when parent ul set with overflow hidden
I believe the problem is all of your ULs are height:450px, would applying the height to only the top element solve the problems? #gadget > ul{height:450px; width:100%; overflow:hidden;}

Categories : Javascript

Can't hide text in html/css with overflow:hidden
try adding width and hide the text will hide in it http://jsfiddle.net/kKzyT/ like #abms { width:400px; height:200px; overflow:hidden; } here the text will hide in width:400px;and height:200px;

Categories : Jquery

Custom select - overflow hidden issues
Changing the value of position from relative to absolute allows the custom select to be seen outside the container with the overflow: hidden; attribute set to it. However, this requires you to set the co-ordinates of each individual select to where you want it to be. The best solution may be to remove overflow: hidden; if possible. http://jsfiddle.net/lharby/8Jfjq/2 Old CSS .customSelect { background: RGB(255, 255, 255); float: left; position: relative; z-index: 10; } New CSS .customSelect { background: RGB(255, 255, 255); position: absolute; top:10px; left:10px; z-index: 10; }

Categories : Jquery

Work with the visible text of a

with hidden overflow

Yes, this is possible: p { text-overflow: ellipsis; white-space: nowrap; } more information: http://davidwalsh.name/css-ellipsis Edit: This appears to work only for single-line elements. Another solution I found for multiple lines: http://www.mobify.com/blog/multiline-ellipsis-in-pure-css/

Categories : CSS

How can I avoid div overflowing my container without using overflow:hidden?
It will (mostly) work fine with display: block instead of table in .wrapper:after. In general, people tend to avoid display: table and its cohorts in css, because they (undeservedly) bear the stigma of the old "layout with tables" hell. I say "undeservedly", but I must admit that I rarely if ever use them either. display: table-cell does have various side effects, but I haven't used display: table enough to tell if it has any. But I'm quite sure display: table on the parent element doesn't do much (in terms of clearing floats) - and Chrome seems to confirm it when removing the :after part of the css on your jsFiddle. It's actually the .wrapper:after that does the job (although you don't need two identical css rules): .wrapper:before, /* You can leave this out. It prevents top

Categories : HTML

IE won't show ::before and ::after content when the the 'div' has a overflow:hidden property
which version of ie are you using ? not all ie versions support pseudo classes try using selectivzr http://selectivizr.com/ or http://www.webresourcesdepot.com/use-css3-pseudo-selectors-with-ie-ie-css3-js/ the second solution worked well for me.

Categories : HTML

How to remove the auto generated div by ajaxcontroltoolkit containing overflow-y: hidden
I finally solved the problem by not using AjaxControlToolkit anymore for this panel. Unfortunately this was the only nice and perfect working solution. So I just copied the behaviour by using jQuery show and hide for only this panel.

Categories : Jquery

iOS 6: Safari overflow: hidden on containing div not working when modal open
iOS6 Webview requires overflow hidden on both the html and body element to work correctly. If someone wants to add it to the webkit bug tracker I'd be much obliged :). Either this or the question here should be marked as duplicate.

Categories : Javascript

Display only one list item at the center of the
You haven't put any specifications on your ticker id. So something like this http://jsfiddle.net/NYhY4/10/ #ticker { padding:0px; margin:0px; padding-top:20px; height:55px; overflow:hidden; }

Categories : Javascript



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