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  1. #1
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    Hi Guys,
    I have an iframe which displays another page. Its all set up to automatically scroll. But when the page does require to scroll I get a vertical scroll as well as a horizontal scroll. Now the content of the page displayed does not extend itself past the width of the iframe and no matter what I do (reduce the width of the target page) it still comes back with a horizontal scroll bar. Its very annoying.

    Any help cheers

    Bruce
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    Member Mike_11's Avatar
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    i just learned php tables you should go that way it looks better than iframes imo...

    but sorry i dont kno how to fix your problem
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    Member drews's Avatar
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    Try messing with the overflow tag of CSS. I don't use it much, and I don't know how it will act with the IFrame being as unique as we all know it is. But try. Here is a link to the specifications: http://www.w3schools.com/css/pr_pos_overflow.asp

    Good Luck!
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