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Jquery slideup problem

Posted on 2014-02-27
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Hi

I have a footer that is fixed to the bottom of my site. There is a "contact us" button that slides up to reveal a contact form when you click it.
The height is the full height of teh window. The problem is on thinner screens the height is too short to see all the content.

I dont really want to use an internal scroll bar. Any ideas how to fix?

Click "contact us" in footer in thsi page -
http://dev.openwaterdesign.com/chandler/index2.html

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If you don't have internal scroll bar, how the user is going to scroll the page ? The contents are more than one page.
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apeter thanks

i thought this might be the case

Im going to reduce the contents of the slideup so that its not so tall

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