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  • # December 4, 2008 at 4:22 pm

    My site is coming along rather nicely thanks to the video podcasts on this site and the help I’ve received here. I’m learning a lot and have had a couple of "eurika!" moments.

    Site work in-progress: http://www.electricalienstudios.com/spec/index.html

    Now I’m at a road block again. I’m trying to get text that overflows to scroll… which I have been successful at with a simple " overflow: auto; ", but… I’m a designer and every element of this design needs to be custom and look good. :)

    So I’ve tried a couple of different "easy" solutions with jQuery: EasyScroll and jScrollPane.

    EasyScroll did work, but practical usage is a little wonky. Plus I couldn’t figure out how to move the buttons.

    jScrollPane never worked for me and it also killed the other jQuery script on my page.

    So, any recommendations on where I should be looking? It needs to be relatively simple as I’m still trying to grasp all of these concepts. Thanks!!

    # December 22, 2008 at 9:17 am

    It’s likely that it’s not a problem with those plugins but how they were implemented. Perhaps the best way to proceed would be to get the one you thought was working back up on a test page, and we can try and debug why it was breaking the other script.

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