The Wide scroll plugin allows you to include a "wide" section into your posts by enclosing it in:
<div class="wide_scroll"> . . . </div>
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This could contain a piece of particularly wide content, such as a map, table with a large number of columns, etc...
When it is displayed, it will be scrollable left and right. Visual clues to indicate scrollable wide elements will be shown to the user as well as buttons that can be tapped to move the content left or right.
If you want to apply this to an image, use it like this:
<div class="wide_scroll"> <img src="/media/shared/global/logos/b2evolution_1016x208_wbg.png" style="max-width: none" /> </div>
Therefore, it is disabled by default for collections such as Manuals and Forums.
Per Collection Settings
This panel contains two options: Apply rendering to posts and Apply rendering to comments, wherein you can choose from the drop down menu how you want the Wide Scroll plugin to render your posts and comments.
The drop down-menu for both options contain the following choices:
- opt-out (default setting for applying rendering to posts)
- never (default setting for applying rendering to comments)
For more information about the rendering options, read about it at the Plugin/Apply Rendering page.