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why do I keep getting scroll bars on frames even though I have scrolling
set to "no"?? (am on IE..) I mean even if you put an img in there or
sthg that's a bit larger than the frame if you set scrolling to NO
shouldn't it sitll appear w/no scroll bars?? thank you..

Frances Del Rio

Jul 20 '05 #1
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just looked in my book, it says explictly that if you set scrolling to
NO scroll bars never appear even if contents of frame are larger than
frame... this is very annoying, am working w/complex frameset, can't
test it right w/the scroll showing up.. thank you.. Frances

Frances Del Rio wrote:
why do I keep getting scroll bars on frames even though I have scrolling
set to "no"?? (am on IE..) I mean even if you put an img in there or
sthg that's a bit larger than the frame if you set scrolling to NO
shouldn't it sitll appear w/no scroll bars?? thank you..

Frances Del Rio


Jul 20 '05 #2

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Els
Frances Del Rio wrote:
Frances Del Rio wrote:
why do I keep getting scroll bars on frames even though I have
scrolling set to "no"?? (am on IE..) I mean even if you put an img in
there or sthg that's a bit larger than the frame if you set scrolling
to NO shouldn't it sitll appear w/no scroll bars?? thank you..

just looked in my book, it says explictly that if you set scrolling to
NO scroll bars never appear even if contents of frame are larger than
frame... this is very annoying, am working w/complex frameset, can't
test it right w/the scroll showing up.. thank you.. Frances


And how do you think people here could help you discover the
reason? Or are you only posting to get it off your chest?

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Els
http://locusmeus.com/
Sonhos vem. Sonhos vo. O resto imperfeito.
- Renato Russo -

Jul 20 '05 #3

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look, I'm sorry, am at work, don't have access to outside servers, can't
show you.. all I know is that I have scrolling set to NO in ALL frames
and some frames are still giving me scroll bars..
Els wrote:
Frances Del Rio wrote:
Frances Del Rio wrote:
why do I keep getting scroll bars on frames even though I have
scrolling set to "no"?? (am on IE..) I mean even if you put an img in
there or sthg that's a bit larger than the frame if you set scrolling
to NO shouldn't it sitll appear w/no scroll bars?? thank you..

just looked in my book, it says explictly that if you set scrolling to
NO scroll bars never appear even if contents of frame are larger than
frame... this is very annoying, am working w/complex frameset, can't
test it right w/the scroll showing up.. thank you.. Frances

And how do you think people here could help you discover the reason? Or
are you only posting to get it off your chest?


Jul 20 '05 #4

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Els
Frances Del Rio wrote:
Els wrote:
Frances Del Rio wrote:
Frances Del Rio wrote:

why do I keep getting scroll bars on frames even though I have
scrolling set to "no"?? (am on IE..) I mean even if you put an img
in there or sthg that's a bit larger than the frame if you set
scrolling to NO shouldn't it sitll appear w/no scroll bars?? thank
you..

just looked in my book, it says explictly that if you set scrolling
to NO scroll bars never appear even if contents of frame are larger
than frame... this is very annoying, am working w/complex frameset,
can't test it right w/the scroll showing up.. thank you.. Frances


And how do you think people here could help you discover the reason?
Or are you only posting to get it off your chest?


look, I'm sorry, am at work, don't have access to outside servers, can't
show you.. all I know is that I have scrolling set to NO in ALL frames
and some frames are still giving me scroll bars..


Well, I'm sorry too, there's two answers for you then:
1. Don't use frames. You are talking 'complex frameset'.
Sounds like you're using frames to get a table-layout.
2. Without your code, no one can even start to guess what
you're doing wrong. (apart from using frames of course ;-) )

--
Els
http://locusmeus.com/
Sonhos vem. Sonhos vo. O resto imperfeito.
- Renato Russo -

Jul 20 '05 #5

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On Thu, 27 May 2004 17:57:21 -0400, Frances Del Rio <fd***@yahoo.com>
wrote:
look, I'm sorry, am at work, don't have access to outside servers, can't
show you.. all I know is that I have scrolling set to NO in ALL frames
and some frames are still giving me scroll bars..


Could you bottom-post your replies and trim a bit, please? Thanks.

When you get off of work, put together a mockup, upload it somewhere and
provide us with a URL. We honestly can't tell you much without seeing it
in action.
Jul 20 '05 #6

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