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  1. #1
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    Wanting a box with a scroll bar

    I found an appropriate example for the box I'd like:
    bitmap dreams
    It's right underneath the picture at the top and to the left of her most recent update. It contains little images that can be used as backgrounds.

  • #2
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    <div style="border : solid 2px #ff0000; background : #000000; color : #ffffff; padding : 4px; width : 200px; height : 50px; overflow : auto; ">
    1<br />
    2<br />
    3<br />
    4<br />
    5<br />
    6<br />
    7<br />
    8<br />
    9<br />
    10<br />

    There you go =) You can apply the same thing to a table

    The overflow section of the Style being key to making the scrollbars :P

  • #3
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    It varies on where you are being hosted on. As you know, if you have a hosting account without much restrictions, you could actually use the iframe tag. But probably when you are on a limited hosting account like Blogger, you can't really do much, so what weir mentioned above would help if thats the 'blogger' case. (or something similar)

    On a side note, i am not that good at web designing. So i may actually be wrong.

    editted: i checked out bitmapdreams' source code and it is most likely using the iframe tag. So what i really do wonder about is what you are trying to ask exactly. =D Being more specific could help!
    Last edited by Gabriel14; 04-01-2008 at 03:47 PM.


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