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Discussion in 'CSS' started by cosa, Jun 9, 2005.

  1. #1
    is there a way to lock the horizontal scroll in an iframe?
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    cosa, Jun 9, 2005 IP
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  2. sji2671

    sji2671 Self Made Mind

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    #2
    scrolling="no"

    You can have it so scroll bars do not appear at all if that is your intention.
     
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  3. Cartman

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    #3
    How? I want to integrate the scroll bar into my regular page instead of in the Iframe itself, as it is now on the following page:

    http://www.celebrityseats.com/concerts/dave-matthews-tickets.html

    Thanks!
     
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    Edit your code for the iframe in your main page that pulls it in.
    <iframe scrolling="no" src="your url">
    </iframe>

    Edit: that wouldnt work for you as the above stops the scrollbar appearing the iframe page would then only partially show. You would be better using an include using asp/php.
     
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  5. Cartman

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    I had tried doing a php include, but ran into problems with that since it wasn't importing the CSS sheet, and since some of the references weren't absolute I was showing broken images. Unfortunately, an iframe was the only solution I could come up with, unless I went crazy and parsed all the information from the page I'm including and printed it out myself. (Which is WAY beyond my PHP capabilities)
     
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  6. cosa

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    #6
    that will make the iframe completly without scrolls... what i wanted to know if it is possible to only say NO to the horizontal scroll.
     
    cosa, Jun 9, 2005 IP
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    #7
    What exactly are you wanting to do then, you seem to be contridicting yourself.

    You want the iframe to scroll but not to have a scroll bar?
     
    chiefshuddle, Jun 10, 2005 IP
  8. cosa

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    no no no... what i want is the VERTICAL scroll bar only... NOT the horizontal one
     
    cosa, Jun 10, 2005 IP
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    #9
    Not sure but I think the only way you can control that is by the width of the content itself or the size of the IFrame.

    IE: They need to match up or the iframe needs to be larger.

    I could be wrong but I don't remember a setting for that specifically.
     
    chiefshuddle, Jun 12, 2005 IP
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    #10
    I use to use iframes all the time, you put " overflow-x: false " in the css of the iframe page or maybe in the iframe tag itself, ie; style="overflow-x: false". It's one or the other. ;)
     
    Colleen, Jun 12, 2005 IP
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    #11
    I looked all over the web for a solution and putting the inline CSS in the iframe tag did not work. I was about to give up when I found the solution with CSS and HTML here:

    http://www.iframegenerator.com/no-horizontal-scrolling-iframe/

    That worked nicely for me. I was able to get access to the inner HTML thanks to a PHP screenscraper. :)
     
    donatello, Mar 19, 2010 IP
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    #12
    Does iframe also works on mobile browser like ipad?
     
    francis_tan, Jul 1, 2010 IP