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First off, iPage web hosting the supports MediaWiki? Hoping for any comment. Another question I got... How to scroll content of a table cell?.

I do not want to user frames for that..


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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

Yeah, I was wondering how to do this also, I saw this person's iPage site and checked her code. Is her method better? it seemed like it was all over the place since she implemented a stylesheet.


Comment #2

Oh yes, of course! I guess I had a mind blank there (that's what I get for posting when extremely tired.


And Revenant, apart from the long loading time, I couldn't see where exactly you were talking about on that site...

Comment #3

Yeah, I noticed that right after I posted the link... weird... she must be updating her iPage site or something, either that or a something crashed, I dunno, but the scroll bar part is in the big blank window in the middle, try back later I guess.

BTW thanks leoo24 for the tips, I'm implementing them right now, really good stuff..

Comment #4

I have another question, I'm using the code from the "scrolling layer 1" link above, and I was just wondering if it was possible to insert tables into the content space, I'm trying it, but it just doesn't want to give in, I'm thinking it's because the code is already implementing tables and it's just getting confused, is there some other syntax I'm missing? Thanx..

Comment #5

You can put anything you want inbetween the "insert content here" & "end content" statements, I just tried using what they had as an example wrapped inside a table with a border="1" and worked no probs..

Ie: (pretty crude but shows it works.



<table border="1" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tr><td>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">-</font><font size="2" face="Arial"> DHTML is the.

Combination of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS</font></p>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">- DOM stands for Document Object Model</font></p>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">-</font><font size="2" face="Arial"> DHTML allows.

Content on a page to change on the fly, without reloading the page</font></p>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">- CSS allows for the separation between content.

Definition and formatting</font></p>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">- CSS stands for Cascading style sheet</font></p>.

<p><font size="2" face="Arial">- </font><font size="2" face="Arial"><a href="">Dynamic.

Drive</a> provides free, cut and paste DHTML scripts</font></p></td></tr></table>.


Comment #6

Thanks for the confirmation leoo, after paying closer attention, I realized I had one too many <td> tags, so that's where the trouble was, but I fixed that and it's all workin now, thanks again..

Comment #7

Well that is half right. the scrolling table was a fluke and it is gone, not that it isn't supporteed I don't think it will ever be..

Your best bet would be to use a scrolling div...

Comment #8

That is what I think the iPage site I linked to above is using, but it is acting up now,.


Is there a simple formula for this, 'cuz like I said above it seems to be all over the place.

BTW, what exactly does not support the scrolling table? I would like to know, thanks..

Comment #9

That isn't a scrolling table. tha tis a scrolling div. you can't scroll a table...

Comment #10

Yes, that is what I was referring to, so is that method better?..

Comment #11

Better? the only way if you don't want iframes...

Comment #12

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.