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Damned Firefox! (CSS)


Deji
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Umm... Firefox doesn't like horizontal scrollbars on divs, does it? Well... I can't figure out how to get a horizontal scrollbar to work on a div... I mean, I can get it to show up. And I can make the vert one fuck off... But Firefox doesn't use the horz one. It does absolutely nothing.

GRRR. Is "overflow-x" deprecated? I'm really tired, btw... It's 5:17AM and I'm hacking away at my myspace profile :P

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http://www.w3schools.com/Css/tryit.asp?filename=trycss_overflow

Div's are the "it" for everything. A table is an alternate method for creating... Tables. But not layout stuff (although most web designers take the lazy route :P)

In Firefox, if you add overflow-x:scroll, it just acts as if you'd typed overflow:scroll and shows both bars. I think it works in IE, though.

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http://www.w3schools...trycss_overflow

Div's are the "it" for everything. A table is an alternate method for creating... Tables. But not layout stuff (although most web designers take the lazy route :P)

In Firefox, if you add overflow-x:scroll, it just acts as if you'd typed overflow:scroll and shows both bars. I think it works in IE, though.

Send it to the developers at Mozilla, it could be fixed in 3.6.

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It's having to scroll left to view the end of a text because of wide pages that people mainly hate... I want a horizontal scroll in a div, not the whole page. The reason being that the section I want to make scrollable is not very wide vertically. Also, due to it being images I'm adding in a kinda, it would be nicer to do it in this way. It's not as if they'd be scrolling back and forth to read text..

It's just a scroll with little thumbnail links.

EDIT: The newest versions of IExplorer mess it up too... God I remember when times were simpler :P

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