It may be, but can you see how a portion of the page (under ‘SERVICES’) scrolls?
I am trying to accomplish the same effect using an iFrame within a defined area on my existing page. I’m using the Freeway iFrame action and it automatically creates a scrollbar on the right side of the frame as well as an additional scrollbar on the bottom of the frame.
Is there a way of removing the scrollbar on the bottom of the frame? In other words, it would look like the box I am currently typing in right now here on freewaytalk.
My second question deals with the actual appearance of the scrollbar itself. Is it possible to adjust the appearance so that it better ‘matches’ my website. For example, the scrollbar to the linked caffeinatepost.com page is thin and light orange instead of the traditional aqua blue.
Thanks for the responses! I’ve downloaded and installed the Scrolling Layer action, but it is not showing up in either the Action window or under Item > Action menu. I’ve restarted Freeway several times, but it is simply not showing up. What am I missing?
Well, the horizontal scrollbar is gone in Safari, but when previewing the page in Firefox, I noticed that FF adds a “bar” across the bottom of the frame - bummer! It’s not an actual scrollbar because the iFrame is considerably more narrow, even in FF. Is that just something I’m going to have to live with, being that different browsers render pages differently? I shudder to think what it might look like in IE.
On 15 Aug 2010, 3:30 am, Buck wrote:
I figured it out. I ended up using an iFrame and taking Walter’s advice about making it narrower than the frame itself. That took care of the horizontal scrollbar - thanks!