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    Senior Member GeZe's Avatar
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    Hi,

    How do you disable scrollbars in IE, I tried overflow:none (or whatever the property is) towards the body element, it works in FFX but it doesn't work in IE.

    Please help.


    P.S. FFX = Firefox
    -GeZe

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    Senior Member mossoi's Avatar
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    Off the top of my head I don't believe you can. The closest you can come is to use Javascript to popup another window with them disabled but then you'd have no visitors so I wouldn't bother!

    My apologies if I'm wrong - I'm sure someone will correct me if that's the case.

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    I think you can use CSS:
    body {
    overflow : hidden;
    }

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    Senior Member GeZe's Avatar
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    Yeah, thats what I did towards the body but it didn't work in IE.

    You can see it at www.freewebs.com/codebluestudios/home.html

    on 1024x800 res it has scrolls becuase of the shadows coming from the cloud. I don't want to trim to make the shadows becuase on larger res it would look cut off.

    (will be getting real hosting on wednesday, Yay! Already go domain, see sig)
    -GeZe

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    I tried zingmatter's css and it worked, so I did not post.

    I used to use
    Code:
    <body scroll="no">
    FYI: That just disables the Vertical bar.

    Edit: in FF, the scrollbar is not there, but you can still scroll down.

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    u have quite a bit of horizontal space to the left. why dont u use that? if u shift the whole thing to that side a bit it would solve all your problems.
    Hyperair

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    Senior Member GeZe's Avatar
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    Oh ya, it wouldn't seem that dis-centered and it would fix the horizontal scroll which is the most annoying.

    Thanks!
    -GeZe


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