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I have a datalist control that goes down for miles in the past iused scrollbars

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I have a datalist control that goes down for miles in the past iused scrollbars
Here my site that showcases the scrollbars and datalist
http://powerzsoftware.net/Status.aspx  That's all I wantand I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it back for my new pages Iknow that there's a js file that allows it to scroll but does anyone have a idea as to how to recreate this.Thanks EE
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I suspect its your CSS class gridScrollDiv doing the magic.

.gridScrollDiv
    {
        border: 1px solid #CCCCCC;
       overflow-y: scroll;
        height : 500px

}
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by:powerztom
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Thank You Sir
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Thanks for the B sir.
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