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My question is What iPage web hosting would you recommend based on my email and other needs? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Where in the HTML is the best place to put this code and make it work at the same time? :.

<style>.

BODY{.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: "#E0F921";.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-face-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-track-color: "#CCCC99;.

}.

</style>.

I have a 3 piece frameset, very simple layout..

THanks in advance...

Comments (25)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..

Comment #1

FOrget the CSS please, I havent' got time to study that library system. I just want to put the plain old code in there (it's only like 10 lines anyways). Also, I put it in the mainframe head(where the scrollbar will appear) and it worked when I tested the mainframe, it doesn't work when I test the whole set...

Comment #2

I didn't know that you could do that without CSS but I guess the next logical place to put it is in the <BODY> tag...

Comment #3

Add a.

Type="text/css".

Attribute to every.

<style>.

Tag..

All <style> tags should be in the.

<head>.

Section not in the.

<body>.

..

You should export the CSS to an external file and call it with a one line instruction in the.

<head>.

Section:.

<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" src="/path/file.css">..

Comment #4

I know that but he said he didn't want to use CSS. Which I thought was the only way to change the color of the scrollbar.....

Comment #5

<head>.

<title>mainf</title>.

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">.

<style type= "text/css">.

<!.

Body {margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; padding: 0px;}.

BODY{.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: "#E0F921";.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-face-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-track-color: "#CCCC99;.

}.

</style>.

</head>.

Weird.

, this is what I got in the mainframe head right now and when I test , it's fine until you maximize the window, after a certain point it changes back to the regular grey scrollbar (it dissapears)...

Comment #6

If it doesn't need a scrollbar it won't put one..

Comment #7

Oh O.k, I thought it might change the color of the one that's already there. I guess this isn't possible then?.

Well how did they set the color to one you see on the right hand side of the screen?..

Comment #8

Take out the quotes from the colors and adjust your body css into one and add in the ending comment tag .....

Comment #9

Like this?.

<html>.

<head>.

<title>mainf</title>.

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">.

<style type= "text/css">.

<!.

Body {margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-left: 0px; padding: 0px;}.

<!.

Body {.

Margin: 0px;.

Padding: 0px;.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: #E0F921;.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-face-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-track-color: #CCCC99;.

}.

>.

</style>.

</head>..

Comment #10

Not quite..

Like how I posted it for you.....

Comment #11

Eh? You're not serious are you?.

This is a simple.

Cut and paste.

Job, involving less than 20 lines of code...

Comment #12

Giz - It's just not working and I'm not quite sure what you meant when you said "adjust your body css into one"..

I tried pasting everything posted. I got it to work at one time........until I clicked on the maximize button..

I hate to give up like this, but there's no sense beating myself over the head..

Here's one of your posts I didn't quite understand either, by doing this, I'm leaving out the margin settings which I got to have, then you said to combine and the final post was this:.

Not quite..

Like how I posted it for you....

Quote:.

<html>.

<head>.

<title>mainf</title>.

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">.

<style type="text/css">.

<!.

Body {.

Margin: 0px;.

Padding: 0px;.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: #E0F921;.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-face-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-track-color: #CCCC99;.

}.

>.

</style>.

</head>..

Comment #13

That isn't leaving out anything. What you had was:.

If you look carefully, you will see two different instances of the word "body." All of the attributes set in the second instance can be put into the first like so:.

Now, if you look carefully, you will notice that all sides of the margin (top, right, bottom, and left) are set to 0px. That is exactly the same as saying margin: 0px. So:.

Thus giving you:..

Comment #14

It was.

<htmlite>.

Rather than myself who said to combine two into one..

Whatever; make sure that you do.

Not.

Have any "quotes" around the colour numbers in the.

CSS.

Version..

Doogxela.

Seems to have covered it OK...

Comment #15

I just put:.

<style type="text/css">.

BODY{.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: "#E0F921";.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-face-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: "#CCCC99";.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: "#660000";.

Scrollbar-track-color: "#CCCC99;.

}.

</style>.

Into the head tag and it applied to every scrollbar on my page..

Comment #16

No. No. No. No. No. No.

No. No..

You.

Must not.

Have any "quotes" on the colour numbers in the CSS..

Verify this at:.

Http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator-uri.html..

Comment #17

Here's what you see in the head of my mainframe(only frame with scrolls) right now and yet it fails to make a bit of difference in the color of the scrollbar.........

<html>.

<head>.

<title>mainf</title>.

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">.

<style type="text/css">.

<!.

Body {.

Margin: 0px;.

Padding: 0px;.

Scrollbar-arrow-color: #000000;.

Scrollbar-3dlight-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-highlight-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-face-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-shadow-color: #CCCC99;.

Scrollbar-darkshadow-color: #660000;.

Scrollbar-track-color: #000000;.

}.

>.

</style>.

</head.

Let me rephrase that, this IS the head of the mainframe...

Comment #18

Hmmm, that should work, as far as I know. Do you have the page up so we can look at the rest of the code? It helps me to be able to play around with it, but I'd rather not create it from scratch if I don't have to...

Comment #19

I got a "right click disabled" in the remote iPage site right now and I'm working on the local (got it all tore up). I appreciatte you're trying to help though. I don't understand it either. I've looked at other peoples codes and it works for them. My iPage site address is.

Www.bassanglersofsandiego.pair.com.

If you want to take a look. It'll be obvious why I need to change the color..

Have a nice weekend...

Comment #20

I downloaded your code and made the changes we talked about to the <head> section and it worked just fine for me in IE 6.0. Opera and Mozilla don't show a scroll bar unless it is needed, so I haven't tested in those browsers. The only thing I can recommend is putting the code that isn't working for you online and we can see if there is anything we are missing..

Just out of curiosity, why the no right click script? It is still trivial to download the source. I'm just wondering what your reasons are for using it...

Comment #21

The reasons are the competition, but I'll take out the right click, till I get the iPage site running..

Update:.

I took out no right click...

Comment #22

Window in non-maximized state = brownish scrollbars..

IE6 800x600..

Window in maximized state = no scrollbars present as the content does not exceed the boundaries...

Comment #23

Here's what's happening..

My homepage settings are going to show the colors if THAT particular page is shrunk down or ever needed to be scrolled (it won't need scrolling either because everything fits on the page easily, I designed it that way(try it).

Www.bassanglersofsandiego.pair.com.

I can shrink the entire iPage site down to about 3x7 inches at 600x800,they don't even make laptops that small anymore, don't think they ever did..

However, when a user clicks on a link, it takes them to whole different head setting, in return you get whats in THAT particular head...

Comment #24

That is exactly what is supposed to happen. frames just show individual pages within their space. those pages behave just like they would if they were not in frames. if there is scrollbar color within their coding, it will show. if not, then no..

So your idea was to have your scrollbar colors appear on any/all pages within that area? just add the coding to the pages you own. for the links that go beyond your site, there will be no adjustments possible...

Comment #25

I know, I know..

Glad that's all cleared up now..

Have a nice weekend people. Enjoy this sunny weather...

Comment #26


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