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Thread: How to hide the vertical scroll bar

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    Default How to hide the vertical scroll bar

    Hi guys,

    I'm new on the forum but I've been using Net Objects for the past year or so. I'm wanting to hide the vertical scroll bar on the homepage of a website I've published for a Pharmacy. When I view the webpage in Firefox the scroll bar on the Homepage doesn't show. However, when I view it in IE a grayed out scroll bar is shown. It isn't necessary for scrolling on the homepage and I'm wanting to hide it. I can't find a setting in Net Objects that will allow me to hide the scroll bar when it's unnecessary. Any help would be appreciated.

    www.nationalparkpharmacy.com

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    The first thing you are going to need to do is create a new style based on your existing style (if you are using one of the stock styles). See this gotFusion tutorial for more details: http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=117

    Then in Style View, click on the Selectors tab.
    Click on the BODY tag
    Open the CSS Code editor fly out and at the bottom of the list of attributes enter

    overflow: auto;

    When you go away from style view it will ask you if you want to save changes, answer YES.

    simple stuff
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    I save the changes I made and when I try to view the page it tells me "The page is too large to be loaded. You can reduce the size of the page by using smaller font sizes, or you can open the page when you run fusion on Windows NT."


    Here is the CSS code for the Body.

    font-family : Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, Sans-serif;
    font-size : 10pt;
    font-style : italic;
    background-color : rgb(229,234,236);
    scrollbar-base-color : #656565;
    scrollbar-arrow-color : #E5EAEC;
    scrollbar-3dlight-color : #656565;
    overflow: auto;

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