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Attribute for <IFRAME ...>
SCROLLING = YES | NO | AUTO

Usage Recommendation
don't use it thumbs down

SCROLLING indicates if there should be scroll bars in the frame. YES forces the frame to have a scroll bar, even if one isn't needed, NO forces the frame to not have a scroll bar, even if one isn't needed. AUTO (the default) indicates that the browser should decide for itself.

this code produces this
<IFRAME 
     SRC="iframescrollyes.html" 
     WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=150 
     SCROLLING=YES
     >
<A HREF="iframescrollyes.html">A 
link to the page</A>
</IFRAME>
 
<IFRAME 
     SRC="iframescrollno.html" 
     WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=150 
     SCROLLING=NO
     >
<A HREF="iframescrollno.html">A 
link to the page</A>
</IFRAME>
 
<IFRAME 
     SRC="iframescrollauto.html" 
     WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=150 
     SCROLLING=AUTO
     >
<A HREF="iframescrollauto.html">A 
link to the page</A>
</IFRAME>
 
<IFRAME 
     SRC="iframescrollauto.html" 
     WIDTH=250 HEIGHT=150 
     >
<A HREF="iframescrollauto.html">A 
link to the page</A>
</IFRAME>
(not using SCROLLING at all is the same as AUTO )

As with so many issues in HTML, it's best to trust the browser. AUTO is the "trust the browser" choice, and because it's the default just leave the whole attribute out.




 

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