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Q: Don't want Scroll Bars in pop-up display ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Don't want Scroll Bars in pop-up display
Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: patrice29-ga
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Posted: 27 May 2006 14:29 PDT
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Question ID: 732906
I don't want scroll bars to appear, either horizontal or verticle, for an image
I'm displaying in a pop-up box.

However I am getting scroll bars, even though I've checked that the
html layout size is smaller than the box size.

Is there an html line to specify that no scroll bars will be present?

Much thanks,
Subject: Re: Don't want Scroll Bars in pop-up display
Answered By: hummer-ga on 27 May 2006 17:26 PDT
Hi Patrice,

Using the <scrolling="no"> attribute should disable your scroll bars.
Click on the following links for other tips as well.

Removing Scrollbars
"You can remove scrollbars in a frame by using "scrolling='no'" in the
<frame> tags. You can also use "yes" and "auto". The "auto" value is
the default."

"The SCROLLING attribute indicates whether the frame should have
scrollbars or not. "yes" results in scrollbars always being visible on
that frame. "no" results in scrollbars never being visible. "auto"
instructs the browser to decide whether scrollbars are needed, and to
place them where necessary. That is, with "auto", the frame has
scrollbars only if the document is larger than the current size of the
frame. The SCROLLING attribute is optional; the default value is

"If you leave out the setting for scrolling, a scrollbar will appear
if needed - otherwise not."

That should do it, if not or if you have any questions, please post a
clarification request and wait for me to respond before closing/rating
my answer.

Thank you,

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