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Setting max-height causing large text to show up in padding area

Posted on 2016-09-11
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HI,
I am attaching an html file :
In this there are two entries... And the text part in each entry i have set max-height to be 60px..
In the first one as the height is < 60px the padding area which is empty area just under the text shows up.
whereas in the next entry since the height of text is more than 60px . The text is getting overlapped over the padding area.

How can i prevent this...I want to show max text of 60px in this area followed by the empty padding area no matter what the size of text is.

Thanks
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In the div where you have set 'max-height: 40px;', also set overflow to either hidden or auto;

style="max-height: 40px;overflow: hidden;"
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