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Editor X Request: Scrolling Inside Lightboxes and Hamburger Menus


Editor X


Designing on Editor X



First Requested:

October 18, 2022 at 7:37:32 AM

Last Updated:

February 12, 2023 at 11:42:49 PM


Currently, site visitors cannot scroll inside a Lightbox or a Hamburger Menu
Container to see more of its content.

As a workaround, you can add a transparent container that's docked to the
bottom with a negative margin. This creates content overflow inside the
Lightbox / Menu Container, which will allow visitors to scroll.

## To manually add the option to scroll:

1. Click the Lightbox / Hamburger Menu Container in Editor X.
2. Click the Inspector icon at the top of Editor X.
3. Select **Scroll** under **Overflow content**.
4. Add a container to the Lightbox / Hamburger Menu Container.
5. Set the container to be transparent:
1. Click the container.
2. Click the Inspector icon at the top of Editor X.
3. Click the **Design** tab.
4. Drag the slider under **Background** to 0 opacity.
6. Add a bottom margin to the container to "create" the content overflow:
1. Click the **Layout** tab and scroll down to **Position**.
2. Dock the container to the bottom of the Lightbox / Hamburger Menu Container.
3. Add a bottom margin with a negative value (e.g. -100 px).
**Tip:** The negative margin you should enter depends on the amount of content
you have.

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