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Scrollbar differences in browsers - Macromedia Dynamic HTML

Within one website - where the page header and left side navigation elements are consistent - when navigating between pages the whole page shifts if the page is long enough to cause the vertical scrollbar to appear as opposed to a shorter page where the vertical scroll bar does not appear. This does not happen in IE because the vertical scrollbar appears to be there, but not active. It does happen in Fire Fox, Opera and Netscape. Is there any sort of workaround for this?...

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    Default Scrollbar differences in browsers

    Within one website - where the page header and left side navigation elements
    are consistent - when navigating between pages the whole page shifts if
    the page is long enough to cause the vertical scrollbar to appear as opposed to
    a shorter page where the vertical scroll bar does not appear. This does not
    happen in IE because the vertical scrollbar appears to be there, but not
    active. It does happen in Fire Fox, Opera and Netscape.

    Is there any sort of workaround for this?

    tregarva Guest

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    Default Re: Scrollbar differences in browsers

    CSS -

    html,body { height:100.1%; margin-bottom:1px; }

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    "tregarva" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:eh3tpd$scr$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Within one website - where the page header and left side navigation
    > elements
    > are consistent - when navigating between pages the whole page
    > shifts if
    > the page is long enough to cause the vertical scrollbar to appear as
    > opposed to
    > a shorter page where the vertical scroll bar does not appear. This does
    > not
    > happen in IE because the vertical scrollbar appears to be there, but not
    > active. It does happen in Fire Fox, Opera and Netscape.
    >
    > Is there any sort of workaround for this?
    >

    Murray *ACE* Guest

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