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- How to get CSS to emulate Frames
December 23, 2004, 10:40 pm
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tree in one frame which launches the content in a second.
The advantage I see in frames is that the 2 windows independently
scroll. So when the user expands the tree, the content doesn't scroll
up with the tree. I've looked at a lot of CSS examples looking for a
solution, but I haven't seen one. When using CSS it seems like the
only solution is to scroll the entire window of both columns.
Am I understanding the limits of CSS correctly or is there a
convenient solution? Or do I have the problem stated incorrectly?
Re: How to get CSS to emulate Frames
Hooray! A convert!
Why would you want to? The behaviour is evil, remember?
You can do this with CSS, using overflow: scroll; but it still causes
problems - I can't scroll it with my mouse wheel for example.
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