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    Senior Member Rince's Avatar
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    The page doesn't scroll if you set this css.

    html, body {width:100%; height:100%; overflow:hidden}

    I tested this in opera and IE. The scroll bar was not visiable in either. Even when the page content extened beyond the bottom of the screen, you could not scroll down. Not even with the mouse scroll.

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    [Code: BODY {overflow:hidden;}]
    works great in Firefox in Netscape i personnally think IE is non-standered it self anyway agree?
    it doesnt work for me...i already tried that...i actualy tried it first and no result

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    Can we get a link to your website so I can view it? Althougth, I don't believe it is possible to prevent the page from actually scrolling. Unless you unplug the user's mouse lol.
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    Try Rince's advice.It works.
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    uh my site is still in the developing stages and is only quater done....
    i want it to do the same in IE and firefox.... firefox's scroll bar dissapeared... i tried what rince said but it didnt work...is it that i have to get the site finished before it will work...after i upload it to my host?

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    I'm still holding to my answer that it won't go away. The area that the actual scroller is going to be (that little faded part on the side is what we're talking about, right) won't go away. It's not supposed to in IE because for whatever reason that's just the way that they made it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoRpHeUs
    uh my site is still in the developing stages and is only quater done....
    i want it to do the same in IE and firefox.... firefox's scroll bar dissapeared... i tried what rince said but it didnt work...is it that i have to get the site finished before it will work...after i upload it to my host?
    The code I posted does work. No scroll bar on all browsers. You must have some other item on the page that is messing it up or else you didn't implement my code correctly. Post a URL for you page if you want us to debug your code.

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    its not working for me....

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    Oh, silly us. We forgot to mention that you need to use negative margins when you use percentages. That's what's creating your problem.

    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/negativemargins/

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    Senior Member Rince's Avatar
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    You don't need to use negative margins. You just need to remember your box model. Total width = margin + border + padding + width set. So if you set width 100%, padding 5% and margin 5% then the total width will be 120%. Ergo, scoll bars. Insead you could just set the margins with - or else just so the math e.g width 80%, padding 5% and margin 5%, total = 100%.


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