I created a DIV tag in my html page that is set to show a scrollbar if the text overruns the box area. I was wondering if it is possible to customize the appearance of that scrollbar? I notice there are several scrollbar-related properties in the list of CSS commands that comes up when I click on 'Add Property" in the CSS panel, but can't find any documentation that says what they do, and when I tried experimenting with them, I could see no changes to my scrollbars.
The main properties you need to know are as follows:
visible --- The overflow is not clipped. It renders outside the element's box. This is default
hidden --- The overflow is clipped, and the rest of the content will be invisible
scroll --- The overflow is clipped, but a scroll-bar is added to see the rest of the content
auto --- If overflow is clipped, a scroll-bar should be added to see the rest of the content
inherit --- Specifies that the value of the overflow property should be inherited from the parent element
And your css code may look something like this:
Hope this gives you a start.