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background.html does NOT scroll in konqueror (3.3.2) -- ONLY using the scroll bar moves the display - the whole display.
It works great in Firefox 1.5 (linux).

background2.html works great in both konq and Firefox here.
(30.03.2006, 19:45)

Could you please simplify the code a bit (of the one with that shell). I really like it, but i can't figure out how it works, and if I don't know how something works, I don't use it.
(30.04.2006, 21:13)

Roy, it is already as simple as I can make it. The basic idea is to make the body 100% high with overflow auto to add scroll bars as required.
This way anything with position absolute (IE) will act as position fixed.
So the menu stays fixed and so will the background image. The text div will cause scroll bars because it overflows the body.
There is nothing I can remove to make it simpler.
(12.05.2006, 22:42)

Well, I think, after your litlle explanation it is clear to me. Thanks!

(13.05.2006, 21:07)
Hi Stu, great site!!! I am confused with the CSS Frames. I have a basic understanding of how it all works but what I cannot figure out is how to get different content to load into the text area. With Frames you just specify the target Frame but is this kind of thing possible with CSS Frames? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
(24.05.2006, 21:23)

CSS frames are not like html framesets. The look the same with some content fixed on the screen whilst other areas scroll. But you cannot control what appears in the content area by usng css. To do this would require a knowledge of javascript and the DOM.
(24.05.2006, 23:01)

Rob Smith:-
Hi - Your 'holy grill' CSS Frame emulation example is great - ive been coding HTML for 10 years but looking to leave IFRAMES and such dodgy code behind but have never seen a way to do this... However take a look what happens with the bottom half of the L/H menu images/BG when you make the browser window narrower (to see what it would be like on 800x600 resolution for example) There seems to be a problem with the Z Indexing of these components no? I still know so little about this that I can't comment - so just pointing it out by way of a screenshot - Look here:

Any ideas why?


(20.06.2006, 13:31)

hi, has anyone tried using an overflow property then hiding the scroll bar beneath a can then use good old anchor points to mimick the content being replaced like frames used too
(10.10.2006, 22:40)

Lewis, something like but with a hidden scrollbar.
(10.10.2006, 22:58)

Hi, I'm just asking for permission to use the css code for a website I am currently coding, that is if I ever a) figure out what exactly you've done (not too hard I would surmise) and b) If I ever figure out how to use this in Flash (my menu is in flash, and right now I'm using frames so the flash menu doesn't reload every time visitors click on a menu item. Thanks.
(29.10.2006, 15:33)

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