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Thread: I Frames
Mar 13, 2008, 10:08 #1
Ok on my site, I am using IFrames on my html page to do a search from another page. I have set the scrolling parameters to 'NO' so that I don't have 3 scrollbars. This way, I limit the amount of scrollers to 2.
So In IE, it works just the way I want it to as you can see by clicking here. This is with the "scrolling" parameters set to no. If i changed it to Yes, It would add another scrollbar right next to my IFrame.
In firefox it completely removes it (and of course its because its set to no)
So my question is, is there a workaround for firefox? Because the user would need to be able to scroll that frame.
Hopefully this makes sense. Thanks for your help.
Mar 13, 2008, 11:05 #2
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You've got quite a bit of code in that IFRAME so it's not easy to try to piece through it and find the problem. But I'm guessing the previous post is correct, and you should try changing the CSS to "overflow: auto" or something like that.