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Fresco

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    Hide scroll bar

    I'm using Firefox web browser which has an add-on that lets you override whatever style you want.So my goal is to use that add-on to hide the scroll bar in the right side of the screen.There are two situations:1) The page doesn't require the scroll bar.2) The page has a scroll bar, and I want to hide it. I'm currenly using this script to hide the scroll bar, however this script works well when the page has a scroll bar.When the page doesn't have a scroll bar, the script rips off 16 pixels from the page (the default width of the scroll bar) Here's the script: /* hide vertical scrollbar */notificationbox { overflow-x: hidden;}browser[type="content-primary"], browser[type="content-targetable"] { overflow-y: scroll; margin-right: -16px; /* cut off 16 pixels no matter what*/} Do you guys have any idea how should i check:If the page doesn't have the scroll bar, do not run the code, but if it has it, run it! Thanks in advance!
  2. Wow, thanks alot, for the quick responses and the answer of course.It's exately the "push" I needed for starting the use of CSS ID. Thank you all!
  3. why should i use a css id and not style it (inline).w3schools css book says that we shouldn't unse the same id multiple times on multiple elements why ?why shouldn't we use inline style id one id can only be used for one tag ?
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