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How to disable IE iframe scrollbar?

If you scroll down to the bottom of this site, you'll see three small audio players in an iframe:

http://cargocollective.com/bkromero

In IE, it has a vertical scrollbar.  But it is fine in Firefox and Safari.  How do I disable the scrollbar in IE?
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Open Internet Explorer, select Tools | Internet Options
Click the Security tab
Choose the desired zone (Internet, Local intranet, Trusted sites, or Restricted Sites) and click Custom Level
Scroll down to Launching programs and files in an IFRAME
Select Disable to prevent iframes altogether or Prompt if you wish to decide on a site-by-site basis.
Click OK
Repeat for each of the desired security zones.
Click OK to exit the Internet Options menu.

Let me know if it worked
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It might just be the improper syntax

you have style=height:250px

if you quote it, it might solve the problem:

style="height:250px"

IE can be a little finicky

Cd&
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I used overflow:hidden and quoted that section but IE still has scrollbars.
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I don't have control over much of the code there.  Since this is only an IE issue and the site looks good otherwise, I'll just let it go.
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By the way, which site are you using to error check?
This is the authoritative validator : http://validator.w3.org/

The are responsible for maintenance of web standards, so they don't miss much.

Cd&
i'm unsure this is related to your specific issue, but i concur, when you try to get something to work cross-browser, and actually as all reliably, omitting to produce valid code will always cost you loads of time and energy. good luck