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Issue With Overflow:hidden in IE7

Posted on 2009-04-06
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http://worknola.com/home/beta

The twitter feed at the bottom of this page should not be showing the content to the left and right of the content area. It works perfectly in FF. In IE7 it seems the overflow property is not working. Am I applying it incorrectly?
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Question by:phirschybar
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myderrick earned 500 total points
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Try adding position: relative to the div.

Awaiting feedback.

MD
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by:myderrick
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Specifically add position: relative to :

.big-box

That should fix it.

MD
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by:myderrick
ID: 24079578
Sample below.

Still awaiting feedback.

MD
.big-box
{
	border-bottom: #c2deb6 2px solid;
	width: 820px;
	margin-bottom: 23px;
	background: #fff; position: relative;;
	overflow: hidden;
}

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by:phirschybar
ID: 31567035
that worked. thanks!
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