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    I’ve encountered a slight problem on a few of my pages. It seems there are two scroll bars. One is on the page and usually invisible, the other is part of the browser. If my mouse is over the section of the site with text/photos I can scroll with the scroll button on my mouse and see all the information. If my mouse is over the non-information section on the side (where the colored background shows) and use the scroll button on the mouse it scrolls for the browser scroll bar and thus can’t see all the information on the page. I’m concerned that people who visit the site and don’t use a scroll button on their mouse won’t be able to get all the information on the page.

    I’ve noticed this is much more of a problem on the mobile version of the site because it’s hard to scroll with the little scroll bar (it’s more visible but really hard to use).

    Any ideas on what may be causing this or how I can fix it?



    Hey tuttlephoto!

    I can’t reproduce that issue, can you post a screenshot or maybe a screencast?



    It seems to be a problem on Chrome and possibly Firefox. I tried on IE and it seems to be fine, although the logo is an odd size on IE. It seems like I’ve been running into a few issues lately across different browser types. Is there anything you recommend to avoid these problems in the future (in addition to fixing these two)?

    Here is a screencast of the scrolling problem and a screenshot of the logo problem:



    Yes, i noted it, please try adding this code to the Quick CSS:

    body#top {
    min-height: 0 !important;
    height: auto !important;



    Thank you so much! That seems to have fixed it.


    Glad i could help, you are welcome :)


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