Date: January 5, 2007
This simple example is designed to illustrate the simplest approach to allowing a TreeView Control implementation to spread out horizontally beyond the dimensions allocated for it on the page. If a TreeView is constrained spatially, its visual treatment will degrade. To prevent this:
If you were to write the CSS inline, the markup for this solution would look as follows:
Please note that text in your tree will wrap if it can — this technique will only force scrolling if the TreeView instance can not naturally be constrained within the given space. To force scrolling even when the tree is not constrained, you would need to wrap
parentTreeDiv around an inner element with a width set to the desired width allocated for your tree.
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