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How to remove the Dash app scroll bar when implementing onto a web framework?

Greetings, I have added my Dash app onto a simple Django website to check for functionality. I’m not much of a front-end expert, perhaps some of you already solved this problem and could also provide some solid tips for using Dash in Django (I used the django_dash_plotly library).

The first thing I want to fix is removing the extra scroll bar that comes with the Dash App, look at the far right:

I only want one scrollbar for my entire Django website. How can I expand the Dash app to use all of the width and height possible? I have set both to 100% {height:width}. Basically, integrating the full app onto the page, I don’t want the app dashboard and django to be fighting eachother when a user wants to scroll.

Pretty stuck on this one!

This is my index.html code where I load the dash app module:

{% extends 'base.html' %}


{% block page_content %}
  <div class="container">
    <div class="row">
      <div class="col-lg-12 text-center">
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        </ul>
      </div>
    </div>
  </div>
  {% load plotly_dash %}
  <div class= "{% plotly_class name='StockBuckets' %} card" style="height: 100%; width: 100%">
    {% plotly_app name='StockBuckets' ratio=0.65 %} 
    

  </div>
{% endblock %}

I fixed the issue, {% plotly_app name='StockBuckets' ratio=0.65 %} adjusting the ratio to 1 will solve it.

I have the exact same problem as you but setting ratio=1 is not solving the problem for me. Can you post the base.html you are extending your app to so that I can check if there are any differences from mine? Also, do you have any video or tutorial you followed in order to have your dash app embeded on django? @andres1

EDIT: I managed to solve my problem. For anyone struggling with it, I solved it by using the plotly_direct tag instead of the plotly_app one. This way, I got rid of the <iframe> element which was the one causing the problem. You can read more about it here.