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Thread: HTML vertical autoscale

  1. #1

    HTML vertical autoscale

    There I am with a simple question for most people.
    I prefer flash, but I have to make a HTML-website.

    http://www.markgoessens.nl/niveautv
    You see on this simple site 3 buttons. Beneath the buttons you see information. In this case a picture. The page is nut completely filled with information. But when you click on another button, the page is full with information.

    Now my question is: What can I do to autoscale the vertical size of my page. So, that there is no empty place?

    Maybe an other question. Is there a possebility to have only 1 scrollbar left instead of 2 scrollbars?

  2. #2
    don't use iframes.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by bwh2
    don't use iframes.
    But what else? Do I have to work with a normal frameset?

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Markgoessens
    But what else? Do I have to work with a normal frameset?
    no frames needed. right now, you probably have 4 html files:
    1) index.html (contains header, navigation and iframe)
    2) welcome
    3) afleveringen
    4) contact

    just make that 3 html files, all containing the header and navigation:
    1) welcome
    2) afleveringen
    3) contact

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by bwh2
    no frames needed. right now, you probably have 4 html files:
    1) index.html (contains header, navigation and iframe)
    2) welcome
    3) afleveringen
    4) contact

    just make that 3 html files, all containing the header and navigation:
    1) welcome
    2) afleveringen
    3) contact
    Okay, thanks...i'm going to try it now

  6. #6
    Yes, it works. Thanks for your help

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