HTML Help.

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  1. Maud'dib

    Maud'dib It's always summer on the inside...

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    Alright, I'm making a simple HTML webpage, and in one of the frames, I would like to add a scrollbar. However, I am just not happy with the default scrollbar. I can change the colors, but I really just want to change the width, make it much thinner. Is there a way to do this with HTML?
     
  2. Astro

    Astro Code Monkey

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    With CSS, you can change the color of the scroll bar. But to change the physical dimensions I believe is going to require Flash or getting uber-creative with DHTML and image parts...
     
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    i thought u could change the size of the toolbar using css with ie... only it supports it...

    if i had my books i would check for ya.
     
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    I wouldn't be surprised if IE for PC supported it. Although I'd be curious if any other browser out there would support it (including IE Mac flavor).

    I'm a big fan of cross-browser friendly websites, but if you don't mind your site not looking the same in other browsers, then thats cool...
     

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