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Content Overflow

When the content of a layer is larger than the layer's dimensions (independent of the layer's clipping area), you have what is called content overflow.

You can let the browser defaults take care of content overflow in their own ways, or you can set one of three properties for content overflow: hidden, visible, or scroll. The last option adds scrollbars to the layer so users can scroll to see the rest of the layer's content (Figure 14.59).


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