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TABLES- can any one help me stop the text streching the tables. Forum: HTML ForumReplies: 2
Avoiding nested tables or grouping separate tables in chunks Forum: HTML ForumReplies: 2
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tables/frames? Forum: HTML ForumReplies: 2
Frames?Tables??Collapsible menus? Forum: HTML ForumReplies: 2
03-16-2002, 02:07 PM #1
I know this can be done, I'm just not sure how to go about it. I am in the process of making up a homepage using tables. Now, on my page I want to put a list of my links that will scroll to avoid using up too much space. So my question is, how do I incorporate this? Is what I'm looking for a frame, or some kind of script? I tried the page as a framed page but didn't like the results.(too many scroll bars) Thanks in advance for any help.
03-16-2002, 03:00 PM #2
I don't really get what your saying but I...guess...frames would be the answer. But I highly recommend to anybody to not use frames on their pages. But that's just my opinion.
03-16-2002, 04:46 PM #3
Sorry about being so vague...lol.....what I'm asking is to have a portion of my page, let's say, 150 pixels x 200 pixels to contain links of my favorite sites. However all of my links will not fit into this area so it would have to be scrolling.....can I do this using a table format?
03-16-2002, 05:21 PM #4
to see a half-dozen or so varying ways the <SELECT ...>
03-16-2002, 07:03 PM #5
There are lots of alternatives -
You can make a small, scrolling box with JS or forms. Just using css.
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03-17-2002, 10:27 AM #6