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Re: howto disable scrollbar with xslt?

From: "Dmitry Kulinich" <dkul@---.--.-->
To: NULL
Date: 4/26/2005 5:17:00 PM
So if this one is invalid:
<xsl:attribute name="owerflow">hidden</xsl:attribute>?

With the best regards, Dmitry Kulinich

"Martin Honnen" <mahotrash@y...> wrote in message 
news:eyxbITmSFHA.3236@t......
>
>
> Dmitry Kulinich wrote:
>
>> how to disable scrollbar with xslt?
>
> XSLT transforms an input tree to an output tree which might be serialized 
> as text or XML or HTML.
> Only if the output is rendered in a browser or user agent there could be a 
> scrollbar.
> If you transform to HTML you could use CSS to try to hide scrollbars e.g.
>   <html>
>     <head>
>       <style type="text/css">
>       html, body { overflow: hidden; }
>       </style>
>     </head>
>     <body>
>       ...
>     </body>
>   </html>
> but generally that is not a good idea.
>
> -- 
>
> Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
> http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/ 


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