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Hi

I have a frameset that has one frame within it set to scrolling="auto" but when I put a table in it that is vertically taller than the page/frame both the vertical and horizontal scroll bars appear (the table is thin). I was after a way to only have the vertical scroll bar show if required rather than both as it would make the page much cleaner looking. I am sure I have seen before and not sure if this is the way "auto" should work??

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Charlie
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KennyTM earned 200 total points
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Hi.

According to http://www.htmlhelp.com/faq/html/frames.html#frame-1scrollbar there's no standard solution.
HOWEVER, I found that when you apply the following NON-STANDARD css code to the concerning document (i.e., the frame with tables)

html, body {
    overflow-x: hidden;
}

the horizontal scrollbar will disappear, no matter how wide the content is. Note that this is only supported (AFAIK) IE and Firefox 1.1 and above (inc. the equivalent Mozilla/SeaMonkey versions), and fails on Opera. So you should consider carefully whether really to use it or not...
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works for me!! IE will be the major portion of my visitors so safe on that one :o)
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