It might be. First, understand that this will only work in Windows IE
and some flavors of Opera.
You should experiment with a new tag in the Styles palette. Create a
tag-only style called iframe. Make sure that it does not have
anything in the Name field – you will have to delete what’s there
and tab out of the field to confirm that.
Once you are in the Edit Style dialog, click on Extended, and add the
Or whatever color you want to see. You can also add any other styles
you want. There’s a very complete reference to what you can set here:
You don’t have to apply this style to anything, as a tag-only style,
it will get written to your stylesheet or document head, and it will
apply directly to any iframe on the page.
Now due to the inheritance rules of CSS, this might not work at all,
and you will need to write the style into the iframe’s source. If you
do that, then the tag you need to create is called ‘body’, because
you are affecting the page which will be the content of the iframe.
It’s still not clear to me which page is responsible for the scroll
bars – the outer page containing the iframe, or the inner page that
draws its contents.
On Jul 5, 2008, at 12:03 PM, purity wrote:
now my question: is it possible to change the color of the scroll
elements?. i know it’s possible on a “normal” scroller, but with
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