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RE: How do I make my tbody scroll?

From: Christian Wolfgang Hujer <Christian.Hujer@itcqis.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2001 12:14:19 +0100
To: "Shawn Urban" <shurban@telusplanet.net>, <www-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001c17b22$7d03f380$4c2d50d9@gfk.de>
Hello shawn,


you might take a look at the source code of http://www.hujer.com/.

But be warned:
* Internet Explorer 5 and newer and Mozilla are the only browsers that can
scroll something else than the page canvas (html (body in IE5/5.5).
All other browsers do not support the values scroll or auto for the
overflow-property.
* Internet Explorer and Mozilla behave different in interpreting the box
layout, so you need to include an ECMAScript selecting the standard
stylesheet (W3C compliant, works with Mozilla) or the adopted IE stylesheet.
* Mozilla currently has a bug regarding the total layout size when
overflow:scroll or overflow:auto are used.
* Internet Explorer has a bug in its Box model, so IE requires a seperate
stylesheet to workaround this bug.

The pages at http://www.hujer.com/ are not uptodate, they only show a
solution for scrolling table parts in IE, and it isn't tbody, which is
scrolled, it is a td's content.

You might also take a look at the CSS recommendation, which shows a sample
stylesheet for layout a page with four divisions that look like frames but
aren't.


Greetings

Christian Hujer
Received on Sunday, 2 December 2001 06:16:00 GMT

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