I know the window will scroll vertically (Y) but I wented an example of how to scroll horizonally (X). All the examples I have found use 0 for X, as above. I would very much appreciate an example which will scroll "across" instead of just "up and down".
Many thanks.
Dale means
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ryanmcCommented:
Well, then. The only time that you would need to scroll to the side is when you have a large image. So write a page like this:
If you have a big picture, use it. Otherwise go into paint and make a new picture, something like 2000x2000 or something. Then scribble all over the picture so u can tell when it moves.
<HTML>
<BODY>
<A href="javascript:scrollBy(500,0)">Scroll Right</A>
<IMG SRC="bigimage (a picture bigger than your browser window)">
</BODY>
</HTML>
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dmeansAuthor Commented:
It works fine.
Thanks
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scrollBy scrolls the window a certain amount. For example,
If your at X: 25, Y: 50
scrollTo(100,100) would take you to X:100, Y:100
scrollBy(100,100) would take you to X:125, Y:150.
Here's an example of scrollTo. The syntax for scrollBy is the same.
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