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Jerking WebPages

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I am working on a website for personal use and kind of stuck on what seems to be a simple issue. Here's my problem... I have multiple html pages. The heights on the pages are of course different, with some of the pages' main content not vertically filling the whole computer screen. Other pages have content to where the page needs scrolled to see its full content. When I go from a page that needs scrolling to view all of the contents to a page where there is no need to scroll, the body of the page jerks to the right. Other than making all pages have content that need scrolling, has anyone experienced this and know how to fix it. To check out what I'm talking about, you can go to my site, http://aspspider.info/brianray/default2.aspx and then click on the HTML link on the left side of the page. Thanks
Jul 20 '11 #1

✓ answered by Rabbit

If you overflow scroll all your pages, then the pages that don't have a lot of content will have a scrollbar but it will be grayed out. Or you could limit the width of your html and body to 95% or something so the scrollbar won't affect the content.

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If you overflow scroll all your pages, then the pages that don't have a lot of content will have a scrollbar but it will be grayed out. Or you could limit the width of your html and body to 95% or something so the scrollbar won't affect the content.
Jul 20 '11 #2

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Wow! Thanks Rabbit! I'm not sure why I didn't realize that it was the scrollbar causing the jerking. Much appreciated for your response!
Jul 20 '11 #3

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