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Posted on 2004-03-27
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Ok i have a table of a set height, and basically when the table gets filled up with text i don't want it to increase in size, i want a scroll bar to come up instead... So bascially i'm asking how do you make a scroll bar for a table... i was thinking it would be a simple command in <td> or <tr> but i haven't been able to find anything about it.....
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keep the data inside <div> tag and set the style to show scroll bars automatically.....

<td> <div> </div> </td>

with <div> dimensions same as td dimesions..
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