CSS Scrolling Layer

I currently have a Scrolling layer on the page which works perfectly.
However, obviously there are certain companies/organisations that have
javascript turned off – in which case my web page is blank.

Is there a css method for this? I have had a search on the forum but
haven’t seen a topic.

This problem also affects the ‘Sequence Timer’ as that produces
javascript too. So any thoughts on the best alternative for rotating
graphics would be good too.

The company that have had a look at the site and got back to me with
the problem was the RNLI here in the UK, so I imagine a lot of large
organisations with have the same security settings applied.

Nathan Garner
Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
One Elmgate Drive - Littledown - Bournemouth BH7 7EF
t 01202 301271 e email@hidden w http://www.austinwellsdesign.co.uk

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the only way i know, but not such a nice one, is to insert the scollable content via iframe…


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Hi Nathan,
Have a look at this version of your home page;
http://www.freewayactions.com/test/scroll-layer/
It should work as expected with JavaScript switched on and will still
allow access to the text in the scrollable layer when JS is switched
off.
The trick is to use a noscript block to change the CSS style for the
text box when JS isn’t available so that users can still scroll the
content.


<noscript>
<style type="text/css">
<!--
	#vcontainer { z-index:999; overflow:auto }
-->
</style>
</noscript>

The CSS also adjusts the z-index of the text box as well as it was
currently behind the thumb track.
I hope this helps.
Regards,
Tim.

On 20 Oct 2009, at 16:25, Nathan Garner wrote:

I currently have a Scrolling layer on the page which works
perfectly. However, obviously there are certain companies/
organisations that have javascript turned off – in which case my web
page is blank.

Is there a css method for this? I have had a search on the forum but
haven’t seen a topic.

This problem also affects the ‘Sequence Timer’ as that produces
javascript too. So any thoughts on the best alternative for rotating
graphics would be good too.

The company that have had a look at the site and got back to me with
the problem was the RNLI here in the UK, so I imagine a lot of large
organisations with have the same security settings applied.

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In addition to this there is also a NoScript Div action that when applied to a Div will only show it when javascript is off.

http://actionsforge.com/actions/view/106-noscript-div

David


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