> Matthias Kestenholz wrote:
>>I think you are talking of the Mozilla family of browsers? Because IE
>>always shows the vertical scrollbar.
>>If I want Mozilla to show a vertical scrollbar I assign a height of
>>100.02% to the html Element:
>> height: 100.02%;
>>100.02% is enough so that mozilla will show the scrollbar without
>>allowing the user to scroll 1px up and down (which would be ugly)
> Thanks. Great idea.
Hmm, I'm not so sure. Positioning the logo independent from viewport
width is far more reliable. Who says Firefox 2 won't allow the scroll?
Or: what does Opera do with this CSS 'fix'?
And on a deeper level: it's pretty lame to impose a probably 'active'
(as in: not greyed out such as the IE one) scrollbar that does nothing.
People will think their browser is broken, that there's more content in
the page than appears, and will get frustrated.
I'd strongly advise to stick to the positioning solution, than to apply
a quick symptom fix like the above.
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