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Posted by Garren Harland on September 21, 2009, 2:09 pm.
Previously I have discussed how the horizontal scroll bars of a website can be prevented from appearing using CSS. However, the CSS property overflow can do even more. It can prevent scroll bars from appearing on your website entirely!
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Posted by Garren Harland on September 21, 2009, 1:31 pm.
Horizontal scroll bars are, when not required, one of the most annoying elements a web designer can bump into. And while usually they can be resolved with some careful HTML and CSS programming, sometimes they appear to be un-avoidable. Especially with layouts that require embedding pages via Frames.
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Posted by Garren Harland on September 5, 2009, 5:45 pm.
While most of us have gotten used to the idea of styling div and span tags, and to shape and mould them into something that fits our purpose, there are indeed quite a few other standard HTML tags out there that could bring a bit of spice and organisation into our code.
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Posted by Garren Harland on September 5, 2009, 4:47 pm.
Although not used as much now days, one of the anchor tags original and main purposes used to be to actually act as an anchor. This means that you could define a place inside a text where the browser would automatically scroll down to if a link was clicked on.
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