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hi, how can i create a scrollbar in dw mx in a specific color? thanks, oliver...

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    hi,

    how can i create a scrollbar in dw mx in a specific color?

    thanks,

    oliver


    mindgames Guest

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    In article <bgug1h$1hu$macromedia.com>, net
    says... 


    Put this in the HEAD section:

    <style>
    HTML {SCROLLBAR-FACE-COLOR: #HexCode;
    SCROLLBAR-HIGHLIGHT-COLOR: #HexCode;
    SCROLLBAR-SHADOW-COLOR: #HexCode;
    SCROLLBAR-ARROW-COLOR: #HexCode;
    </style>

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    Jim Guest

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    Jim PKP wrote:
     
    >
    >Put this in the HEAD section:
    >
    ><style>[/ref]

    That's no valid markup, the type-attribute is missing (type="text/css").
     

    This works only in IE and is no valid CSS as well. It's just a
    proprietary MS-extension that will most likely confuse your visitors.

    Micha
    Michael Guest

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    In article <com>, net
    says... 
    > >
    > >Put this in the HEAD section:
    > >
    > ><style>[/ref]
    >
    > That's no valid markup, the type-attribute is missing (type="text/css").

    >
    > This works only in IE and is no valid CSS as well. It's just a
    > proprietary MS-extension that will most likely confuse your visitors.
    >
    > Micha
    >[/ref]

    Works for me!

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    Jim Guest

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    Jim PKP wrote:
     

    "... were the last words of the IE-only-webdesigner after his visitors
    complained loudly about his unusable and confusing website."

    SCNR
    Micha
    Michael Guest

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    In article <com>, net
    says... 
    >
    > "... were the last words of the IE-only-webdesigner after his visitors
    > complained loudly about his unusable and confusing website."
    >[/ref]

    bit presumptious, I would have said.

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    Jim Guest

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    On Thu, 7 Aug 2003 22:45:30 +0100, Jim PKP <com> wrote:
     
    >
    >
    >Put this in the HEAD section:
    >
    ><style>
    >HTML {SCROLLBAR-FACE-COLOR: #HexCode;
    >SCROLLBAR-HIGHLIGHT-COLOR: #HexCode;
    >SCROLLBAR-SHADOW-COLOR: #HexCode;
    >SCROLLBAR-ARROW-COLOR: #HexCode;
    ></style>[/ref]

    It only works in IE. It makes no difference to other browsers.


    Paul Taylor
    Paul Guest

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    Jim PKP wrote:
     
    >
    >Which makes no difference to about 99.8 perecent of people online.[/ref]

    *lol*

    Only 0.2% for other browsers like Opera, Mozilla, Netscape, Safari,
    Lynx, Links, Konqueror, ... on _all_ different platforms? Sure.

    Forget your damn "IE-only-and-nothing-else"!

    Micha
    Michael Guest

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    In article <com>, net
    says...
     

    I don't use IE, have no time for IE, prefer Mozilla myself,
    but the fact is that the vast, vast majority of people use
    IE 5+

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    Jim Guest

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    On Fri, 8 Aug 2003 12:26:29 +0100, Jim PKP <com> wrote:
     
    >>
    >> It only works in IE. It makes no difference to other browsers.
    >>
    >>[/ref]
    >
    >Which makes no difference to about 99.8 perecent of people online.[/ref]

    ....also, don't forget that the overwhelming majority of internet
    SERVERS do not use Microsoft systems. Apache is by far the most common
    browser.

    I'm happy using Microsoft programs, but the idea of designing ONLY for
    them - well, I couldn't make as much money as I do, that's for sure.


    Paul Taylor
    Paul Guest

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    On Fri, 8 Aug 2003 12:54:20 +0100, Jim PKP <com> wrote:
     
    >
    >I don't use IE, have no time for IE, prefer Mozilla myself,
    >but the fact is that the vast, vast majority of people use
    >IE 5+[/ref]

    Over the last week, 14.2% of browsers to my site were from IE5, and
    50.0% from IE6 - that's 64.2%. Hardly a "vast, vast" majority.
    Obviously, it's very significant, and I would never do anything that
    DIDN'T work in IE, but I have to take account of the other 35.8% as
    well.

    Do you want to lose 1 customer in 3?


    Paul Taylor
    Paul Guest

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