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    Web iframe scrolling

    need some help with iframe scrolling.

    I need to select just a part of a excel file i have not the rest of it and while i have managed to trim the top and left side it still wants to scroll to the bottom and right.
    how the hell can i stop it?

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    code im using right now

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    <iframe scrolling="no" src="https://goo.gl/2sKHz9" style="border: 0px none; margin-left: 5px; height: 859px; margin-top: -70px; width: 530px;"></iframe>
    ive tried margin-bottom: -750px but it still scrolls down.
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    Default Re: iframe scrolling

    I don't know the answer to your question but it looks like you are showing availability or high/low season on an excel calendar. Just a thought, have you tried using google calendar and embedding that into your site? It might be easier to maintain, can sync to Outlook/mobile devices for access on the go etc.

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    Default Re: iframe scrolling

    i have the calender on a separate link where the park pass prices are all included. its what i update easily. hosted on google drive and published easy to update on the go.

    never tried it with a google calender but im not really wanting to change lots of calenders everytime theres a booking. at the moment i have 3 to change.

    ill have a look at google calender see if can provide what i need.
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    Default Re: iframe scrolling

    looking at the calender i could just i guess put the link to the calender page on my website. might be easier.
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    Default Re: iframe scrolling

    ive changed it now to a google calender. how does that look?
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    I was thinking google calendar could take over for 2 or all of them. I assume you mean you update one with specific bookings details for your private use and one for the website to show availability. I am fairly sure google calendar allows the public facing version to just show 'busy' without showing details so that would save you time by condensing 2 calendars into 1. I guess the third calendar isn't to do with bookings and is your own one to use for office use?


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    I think it looks more professional now and hopefully makes life easier for you too

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilsatan View Post
    I was thinking google calendar could take over for 2 or all of them. I assume you mean you update one with specific bookings details for your private use and one for the website to show availability. I am fairly sure google calendar allows the public facing version to just show 'busy' without showing details so that would save you time by condensing 2 calendars into 1. I guess the third calendar isn't to do with bookings and is your own one to use for office use?
    I have for online booking i will have to update when I get a offline booking but I'm going to try and get them going through the website as much as I can

    The 3rd is a advertising site that as it's own calender. Not allowed to hot link to it so couldn't use that.
    The one I had on there was my combined availability and pass prices to link people too.
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    Default Re: iframe scrolling

    right now how do i get my bookings to auto sync and fill the dates in
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