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XHTML Javascript script for browsers

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So I was wondering if there is anyway to create a universal script so with any browser that if someone with a screen resolution of 800x600 would get the browsers horizontal scroll bar to shift over 50 pixel (instead of making the user with an 800x600 scroll over a little bit) to the right so instead of the standard horizontal being pace tight to the left (meaning with any browser if the screen is aet to 800x600 then it positions the horizontal scroll bar automatically to the right 50 pixels or so Or whatever sides you want).

Then the else code for screens bigger would just be standard if it needed it which it wouldn’t unless the person browser is minimized a little bit (probably wouldn’t need else statement but I not much of a JavaScript person). If it’s not universal then can this be done with IE Browsers 6.0 and up?

Edited by smm_hitman, 18 September 2006 - 05:22 PM.

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