"AirForce9797" <AirForce9797@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I'm running Windows7 and if I dock IE8 to one side of my desktop there's
> scrollbar to allow seeing all the content on the page. The vertical
> is present. Is there a setting smoewhere that will correct this? Here's a
> sample URL:
Against my better judgement, I followed the link you gave.
The developer is an idiot, he/she left the horizontal scroll out of his/her
If I view the page at 100% on a wide screen monitor, there is no need to
scroll at 100% Zoom. What the developer did not accomodate is a 4:3 display
or a Zoom Ratio that causes the right side margin to go off the screen.
My original answer remains, if the page fits within the window, the scroll
bar will go away -- assuming the page was written properly.
Visit a well-regarded Website -- Yahoo, MSN, Google, etc. -- and experiment
with setting the Zoom Level. Also switch between Normal Window and
Maximized, and drag the sides in and out of the Normal Window.
The fact that you notice this on some sites but not others indicates the
sites themselves are causing the problem.