I'm sure there is someone much smarter than me in here that could give you a clear answer to that.
if the page you are loading didn't go edge to edge on the monitor, it wouldn't need to make room for the scroll bar, so setting your page width may … Read More
What i have gotten used to doing for sites that may have some pages that will fill more than just the screen (vertically) is to just show the scroll bar for **all** pages. This way, no matter what page you visit, you will not have that "bumping" to the left … Read More
> It Jumps to the Left
And then a step to the right.
With your hand on your hips...
Sorry was it just me? From the title, I was expecting something with Frank N. Furter
Apologies Matty. Read More
Yes your CSS. Apply styling of overflow-y to the HTML selector as shown above. Read More
sorry for not being more specific. there is no need to create a div, nor are you creating a class called "html". The purpose here is to apply the overflow-y style of scroll to the html element. You can do that using 3 options... inline style, internal style, or … Read More