DOMsel in Distress

posted 26 Aug 2003, 1PM

I've replaced the disruptive {overflow:auto; } scrollbar on my portfolio news page with a DHTML scroller script. I generally don't go in for these sorts of scripts, but it seemed appropriate considering the layout problem that needed to be solved. Thomas Bratti's scroller script was quite intuitive and easy to implement. Thanks to Leonard Lin for all his criticism and suggestions regarding the portfolio design - I think I'm pretty happy with it at this point.

Leonard also pointed me to the Intro to the DOM (Document Object Model) tutorial over at Brainjar, and I'm finally developing a clearer understanding of how the DOM works and where it can take us.

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