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    How to have no scrollbars, not using iframes... and how to have transparent ones too

    Everybody has been posting on this forum about having a "transparent" scrollbar. There is a way to have no scrollbar:

    <body scroll="no">

    or

    <div scroll="no">

    etc.

    I dont know if this question has already been answered but...


    Also: a way to make your scrollbar appear transparant is to make the whole thing it is a scrollbar of (e.g. a div or the body) have a filter like this:

    filter: alpha(opacity=100, style=1);

    Then, if the scrollbar is right at the right hand edge it will be transparant. You will need to define the colours (make them storng colours) of the following attributes of the scrollbar for it to be visible:

    scrollbar-shadow-color: #000000;
    scrollbar-highlight-color: #000000;
    scrollbar-arrow-color: #000000;

    This might help\somebody, but the onyl thing is everything inside the filtered area will fadeaway to the right

    for an example of a transparant scrollbar using this method go to www.tekp.com/old/chronolog.php and click on one of the thumbnails on the left to make the text overflow.

    hope i could help
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    cool tahnks for the advice it made my site look alot better

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    Nice. Good thing that's a broken link up right there!


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    Unfortunately, <body scroll="no"> is a microsoft-only attribute.

    If you want NO scrollbars WHATSOEVER, though... you can just use a transparent frameset:
    Code:
    <frameset>
        <frame src="mypage.htm" scrolling="no"/>
    </frameset>

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    oh
    *looks away sheepishly*

    sorry, about the broken link and the "microsoft only attribute".



    thought I could help

    anywhoo, ppl viewing this thread will get the right info so i dont know what im complaining about! lol
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    Senior Member tekp's Avatar
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    a broken link up right there
    try

    http://www.tekp.com/old/chronolog.php

    and look at the last thumbnail for a transparent scrollbar using this method
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    Cool. I see it.

    Not something I would use professionally, myself, though.


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    Senior Member tekp's Avatar
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    it is a bit annoying because all the text fades away >: (
    but hell, its a try.
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    Yeah that doesn't look good at all (the faded font).

    There is definately a way around it though using CSS and classes. Why don't you look into it and tell us when you find out, Dragon?


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    Senior Member tekp's Avatar
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    Maybe,

    im a bit busy with my new site and (dunno if you're american or canadian or whatnot - alt think i read somewhere you were a brit likeme ()) but i'm in a period of sorting out my options, dunno what theyre called in america or anywhere else, and am trying to get a php tagboard sorted. but it is the beginning of the half term holiday and so i might have some time, i sure have been bored today :P
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