Inspect the CSS styles applied to the box or container in question. Look for properties like
width. Ensure that the
overflow property is set to
scroll to enable scrolling if needed.
If you want the content inside a box to be scrollable when it overflows the container, set the
overflow property to
scroll for that container. For example:
width properties of the container. Make sure the container has sufficient dimensions to display its content without clipping. Adjust these dimensions as needed.
If you have nested containers within each other, ensure that the parent containers have the correct dimensions and overflow settings to accommodate the child containers' content.
Verify that the content inside the container does not have any absolute positioning or negative margins that might cause it to overflow or hide.
definitely an overflow: hidden in the content-area, should be able to fix it with the options of sahil.
Also double check the overflows on the parent objects as they can also have some influence