Ever had to wade through pages of text on a website to amend the appearance of titles or paragraph headings, to make sure they all look consistent? It can be no fun, especially if you have a site which has content added by multiple authors, all with slightly different preferences in typing. Should text be: [...]
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An alternative to FRAMES and IFRAMES within a XHTML document where page layout is fixed, but content needs to be within a scrollable area, is to use a DIV and set the CSS attribute ‘overflow’. This is relatively straight forward to do and works in all modern browsers. In the event that CSS is disabled [...]