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    Question Colored Scrollbars!!!!!!

    Dear Sir,

    How can have colorful scrollbars...like our www.ahfb2000.com/ home page has?

    Regards,

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    In the head of your document add this:

    <style type="text/css">
    BODY {
    SCROLLBAR-BASE-COLOR: #2D527B;
    SCROLLBAR-ARROW-COLOR: #FFFFFF;
    }
    </style>

    change the colors to whatever your preference is and it should work.

    Dave

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    Maybe I'm becoming visually challenged, too, but I don't see any colorful scrollbars anywhere.

    Is there a self-evident site somewhere someone somewhat somnolent such as myself could see those script enabled scrollbars?

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    colored scrollbars!!!!!!!!!

    Dear Sir,

    Oh yessss, it worked......
    thanks
    regards,

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    Originally posted by benzden
    Maybe I'm becoming visually challenged, too, but I don't see any colorful scrollbars anywhere.

    Is there a self-evident site somewhere someone somewhat somnolent such as myself could see those script enabled scrollbars?
    What browser are you using? I know that NS 4.7 and IE 5.0 do not support colored scrollbars.

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    Aha! I'm using IE 5.00.3314.2101IC which comes across as 5.01 to some program checkers referencing it. Tried 5.5 more than a year ago on top of Windows 95 but it messed with my DOS operations. Anything higher is too oriented toward make my desktop look like a web page, which I really, really, really don't like at all, all, all.

    Don't think I'm missing anything but was curious as to the process - it looking like something that would finally get me to use some STYLE command options on some of my pages.

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    Stylesheets are the ultimate!

    (QuietDean drags another CSS convert into his grubby grasp...)


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    scroll bars

    i want to put a colored scroll bar across the bottom too how do i do that!?? helpppp

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    heeeeeeeeeeelp i dont know how to do anything someone help me

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    Hi Squaky.

    If you look up the thread further, there is a perfectly useable example of code to make this happen. Plus if you search the forums you will find more.
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    hey i'm trying 2 apply the colored scrollbars onto an iframe...is dat possible?
    if so, wut tag shud i use?

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    If I understand your post, yes it is possible. You use the same code, but place the code in the page INSIDE the iframe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave
    In the head of your document add this:

    <style type="text/css">
    BODY {
    SCROLLBAR-BASE-COLOR: #2D527B;
    SCROLLBAR-ARROW-COLOR: #FFFFFF;
    }
    </style>

    change the colors to whatever your preference is and it should work.

    Dave
    Hm, I tried it but it didn't work...

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    well, show us your version of the code and we might be able to see whats wrong.
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    I just copied and pasted... didn't change a thing.



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