Scrolling to the bottom of page in Edit and Preview

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How do I scroll to the bottom line of a page in Preview? The bottom line is obscured by the banner inviting me to Publish but I would like to be able to test my bottom line links first. I also find it difficult to add a new Text Box at the bottom of a long page: the cursor keep moving back up into the preceding box.
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twt_marriott

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Posted 6 years ago

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Hi marriott,

The jumping back that you mention trying to add a text box may be a browser imperfection and with long pages it can become more noticeable. Sometimes I have found it impossible to place on the first pass. What I have done is to place the text widget close to then drag it down to the bottom, jumping lower widgets enroute. You may also try using another browser like FireFox/Chrome if you aren't already doing so.

The banner in your preview I don't think can be managed(?) You may have to publish from your main menu then try the links. Maybe someone has a solution for this but it's possibly a function of your screen resolution settings.
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Not being able to scroll to the bottom during preview has occurred ever since Yola placed the widget menus at the bottom. I am working on a new page and do not wish to publish it now but it is very difficult to see if the page is how I want it when I cannot preview the whole page. I'm using Chrome. I also am not crazy about the widget menu opening every time you save the page or open your site. I liked the menu items on the right as it used to be better.
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Alicia

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I just opened my site with Firefox and the scroll bar is there and working so I can preview the whole page.
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Hello Alicia

Thank you for reporting this error. The same unfortunately happens in Safari. But interestingly, when you leave the browser window and open a different programme on your computer, and then you go back to your browser later, the scroll bar will be displayed. Also, if you use a mouse, you can still scroll by using the mouse wheel.

Our specialists are looking into it. Thank you for your flexibility to use Firefox in the meantime.
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Alicia

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The mouse wheel works. Thanks for that tip!
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Frank

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Hello everyone...

A little trick although not always desired is to place a column divider widget down at the bottom(empty). This make your page that much longer.