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    Left-sided Scrollbar -- here's the answer

    I had seen an inquiry for this "Left-sided Scrollbars" Didn't know where to throw this and I wanted to make it known to anyone who is interested.



    http://www.digitalplazma.com/forum/...read.php?tid=17

    It's very simple and a few tweaks to your alignment codes and there ya go I.e. instead of leaving the default of left-alignment to take over (because with this tiny code adjustment, everything gets thrown over to the right), you have to HARD code stuff to be aligned left.


    <html dir="rtl">

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    oh it goes in html tag
    i used to place it in my style sheets under body. it worked fine
    kind of a novelty thing though

    btw your URL says page cannnot be found

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    I invented this trick a long time ago:
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/morezone/leftscroll.htm

    No need to "hard code" anything, just place your content in a DIV tag with DIR="ltr".
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    Haha, I came up with another way of doing something similar, I can make it have 2 horizontal & 2 vertical scrollbars. Although I never actually used it on anything I ever made.
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    Because we are creatures of habit, these are all really bad ideas. You'll be sorry.
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    Originally posted by cg9com
    a novelty thing though


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