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Autoscroll scrolling content position off when browser window size changed

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Hello,

I have an index page with an autoscroller writen with CSS.
The problem is the scrolling content(text and inages)'s position is correct
but will off position when the broswer(IE) window size was changed.
How can I make the scrolling content "stick" the position with respect to
the scrollowing box?
Your advise is appreciated.

Spencer
Jul 20 '05 #1
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spencer <sp*******@cox.net> wrote:
I have an index page with an autoscroller writen with CSS.
The problem is the scrolling content(text and inages)'s position is
correct but will off position when the broswer(IE) window size was
changed.
How can I make the scrolling content "stick" the position with
respect to the scrollowing box?
Your advise is appreciated.


Advice comes best with an example URL.
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Michael Wilcox
mjwilco at yahoo dot com
Essential Tools for the Web Developer - http://mikewilcox.t35.com
Jul 20 '05 #2

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Sorry!
Here is the URL: www.edgesoundmachine.com
TIA

"Michael Wilcox" <mj*****************@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:u%*******************@newsread3.news.atl.eart hlink.net...
spencer <sp*******@cox.net> wrote:
I have an index page with an autoscroller writen with CSS.
The problem is the scrolling content(text and inages)'s position is
correct but will off position when the broswer(IE) window size was
changed.
How can I make the scrolling content "stick" the position with
respect to the scrollowing box?
Your advise is appreciated.


Advice comes best with an example URL.
--
Michael Wilcox
mjwilco at yahoo dot com
Essential Tools for the Web Developer - http://mikewilcox.t35.com

Jul 20 '05 #3

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*spencer*:

I have an index page with an autoscroller writen with CSS.
I highly doubt that. You probably used some sort of client-side scripting
language, JavaScript perhaps. However, scrolling is the user's job, because
only he knows when and how quick he wants to see further content.
The problem is the scrolling content(text and inages)'s position is correct
but will off position when the broswer(IE) window size was changed.
Then do an update on window size change. That's of course not possible with
CSS.
How can I make the scrolling content "stick" the position with respect to
the scrollowing box?
The CSS approach for "sticking" something is "position: fixed", but maybe
you mean "position: relative" instead.
Your advise is appreciated.


Forget autoscrollers. Forget any moving or blinking text.
Ever tried to read all of the movie credits? Or CNN's crawl when doing
something else at the same time?

| <http://www.edgesoundmachine.com/>

In the most advanced browser I have, that page consists /only/ of a search
box, the text "Show Specials!" (white on orange) and "News Flash" (white on
pink). (With Lynx it's a little more informative, though.) I hope for you
that you don't want to sell anything there.

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Jul 20 '05 #4

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