I've been kind of stumped about doing this after trying a few different style examples. I have a div with a nested element in it. Basically, a text scrollbar. That works great. Not the issue. The issue is I want to style the scrollbar, but only the track. I don't want any up/down arrow buttons at all. It's a very simple scrollbar as the client previously requested. Closest example I found on how to do this was here on this tutotial, but this is exactly what I don't want. I don't want up/down arrows and that's what he's using. I just care about the vertical track only. How can I style this via CSS?
Here ya go lado
I appended a custom scroll to the original tutorial file you noted.
The two examples (horizontal/vertical) on the buttom use a custom 'track' for the scroll.
I have the elements converted to symbols for easy management. Once the file is open, simple double-click the symbol you want to preview/edit or modify. Custom code event handler is on 'Thumb' element.
Hope it helps
Thanks to JackPitsker for the If routine/snippet tha tbinds the movement of the Thumb to the Track.
Download sample here: http://www.heathrowe.com/edge/customScrolls/customScrolls.zip