Controls toward bottom of long page disappear

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by seanmayhew@gmail.com, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Ive got a page with all formatting and layout done with css no
    tables...It has approximately 60+ controls. All of the controls are in
    nested panels so i have a something like 6 primary panels and then each
    of those primary panels contain two sub-panels a left and a right these
    left and right panels contain the controls.

    For some reason I keep losing controls in the last panel on the page
    for instance the save button is missing....if I move the panel that the
    save button is in to the top it displays but then the last panel on the
    page is missing its controls...viewing source the controls do not exist
    in the page so its not the CSS cutting them off they're just not there
    ..... any ideas?
     
    , Mar 1, 2006
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  2. Mats Lycken Guest

    Do you use absolute positioning of your panels?
    I guess that could make controls be rendered below the screen..
    Maybe you can try to set overflow: scroll; in your panels css.

    wrote:
    > Ive got a page with all formatting and layout done with css no
    > tables...It has approximately 60+ controls. All of the controls are in
    > nested panels so i have a something like 6 primary panels and then each
    > of those primary panels contain two sub-panels a left and a right these
    > left and right panels contain the controls.
    >
    > For some reason I keep losing controls in the last panel on the page
    > for instance the save button is missing....if I move the panel that the
    > save button is in to the top it displays but then the last panel on the
    > page is missing its controls...viewing source the controls do not exist
    > in the page so its not the CSS cutting them off they're just not there
    > .... any ideas?
    >
     
    Mats Lycken, Mar 9, 2006
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