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[Resolved] iframes

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  • The easiest way may be to just use overflow in your CSS.
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/pr_pos_overflow.asp

    Or just have the iframe call wp.php or rename index.php and use that.

    overflow… omg i’m soo bad with html. i mean i read what that does and it’s great; it’s what i want, but how – that is a big question. i mean i don’t know how i can apply that to my site. please help. and thanks for the information guys

    for some odd reason IE6 showed an ugly horizontal scroll bar in my IFrame, beleive it or not just by changing the scrolling=”no” to scrolling=”yes” the horizontal bar disappeared! However, I am not sure what this will look like in any other browser, but it worked in IE6 for me!

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