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Hide scroolbar

This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Peter Featherstone 7 months ago.

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  • #53120 Reply

    Massimo

    How can I hide scrollbar from Resposive menu pro?

    #53166 Reply

    Hey Massimo,

    I’ve just been on your site and that scroll bar is from your site not from my plugin.

    All the best

    Peter

    #53203 Reply

    Luca Nappini
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    I speak about the 2° sidebar (related of sidemenu) that appear on my website if a user have a tablet or little screen of PC (about from 10′ to 20′).

    (see your website example: https://talkableapp.com/ or see this image: http://www.macroweb.it/2/sidebar-of-menu.jpg )

    Let me know

    #53253 Reply

    Hey Luca,

    I can’t see that happening on your website. Why would you want to do that as none of your users would be able to get to the items in your menu if you disable the scrollbar?

    Please advise

    Peter

    #53254 Reply

    Luca Nappini
    Participant

    I need this, for a restyling of my website.
    See double scrollbar on a website is awful like design, so I need to hide the menu scrollbar and the user can use their mouse scolling to see element blow the “screen folder”.

    So, how can I hide (or deactivate) the menu scrollbar ???

    #53276 Reply

    Hey Luca,

    How can I see this on your website? I can’t see this on your site currently, I only see the scrollbar for your main site. How can I replicate the double sidebars?

    Disabling scrollbars will also disable mouse scrolling so it’s a dangerous thing to play with.

    Pleasr advise

    Peter

    #53304 Reply

    Luca Nappini
    Participant

    You can see double sitebar here (try to chage height of browser window): https://talkableapp.com/

    P.s. Usually on side menu plugins, ther’is a setting to disable scrollbar to avoid this effect with 2 sidebar.

    #53306 Reply

    Hey Luca,

    You could disable with CSS by just setting the overflow to hidden but I would strongly discourage that as I say your users will not be able to get to the bottom of your menu.

    All the best

    Peter

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