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Ross Olson <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 12 May 2000 11:04:46 -0700
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Please accept my humble apologies. I certainly didn't mean to disparage you
personally, and I'm sorry if I did. I guess I've been hanging out on too many
lists where newbies ask questions about HTML3.2 that are beyond the pale in
terms of lack of understanding.

You obviously are far more advanced in your development skills, and I do deeply
apologize for reacting otherwise. My mistake was in assuming that the
site was the one you were referring to.

No hard feelings?


Richard Chimera wrote:

> > From:    Ross Olson <[log in to unmask]>
> >
> > No, Richard may not have a full understanding about DIV tags,
> > or at least how
> > they are used at
> >
> > The DIV tag does not have scrollable areas. On there
> > are frames that
> > have scroll bars turned off and on. To my knowledge without
> > some significant
> > DHTML tricks, only frames and iframes can have scrollable
> > areas (or need them
> > to be turned off).
> Woah, nellie!  First of all, I did not say that it is that is
> the implementation of which I state we use the DIV tag.  As it turns out I
> have nothing to do with our corporate web site, I am working on
> intranet/extranet web applications that we sell to our clients.


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