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NOSCROLL in frames?

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I think I remember seeing a property to a frame about scrolling.  Is there one?  I don't want my top frame to have scroll bars (It's split rows 100,*).  Is there a way to have this?
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Holger101497 earned 160 total points
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Hey treyjeff!
No scrolling? Couldn't be easier ;-)) SCROLLING=NO
The "scrolling" attribute for a frame can be
YES = scrollbars no matter what
NO  = no scrollbars
AUTO= scrollbars if needed (default)

If you are sure about the height of your content (e.g. a GIF, text might depend on browser type and settings), you might also want to add NORESIZE for a "total" of
<FRAME SRC="..." SCROLLING=NO NORESIZE>

Good luck!
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Thanks a lot, I knew it was something easy like that!!
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