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    In my design I am keeping some portions on top and left & bottom portion static and remaining contents inside a FRAME so that it can be scrolled.

    When I put the contents into the frame I expected only the exiting web browser scroll bar to adjust to the portions i have inserted frame. However, one more vertical scroll bar (DOUBLE SCROLL BAR)is displayed.

    I want only the original web browser scroll bar(single scroll bar) for framed contents. Please advice me how to implement this.

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    Maybe you need to set the dimensions of the frame so that text/images or whatever can't go beyond that? Maybe if you gave us a screenshot it would be easier to understand.
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    Screen shot for Doube Vertical Scroll Bar Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by kevind_2007
    Maybe you need to set the dimensions of the frame so that text/images or whatever can't go beyond that? Maybe if you gave us a screenshot it would be easier to understand.

    I am attaching the screen shot and describing the problem again.

    I want portion of my page in a frame. I expected only the existing browser scroll bar to adjust vertically to the contents which are inside frame. However, a seprate scroll bar is displayed for the contents which are inside frame.

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    I'm having trouble understanding your question because of your english. I'm sorry!


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    Please don't double post.

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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    Do you have the "main" portion of your page in a frame/table? It looks as if it does. The main portion is the right side of the page, where all your information is. I think that is your problem.
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