I created an ABOUT page as well as a CONTACT page on my website. Both these pages have very little content on them. The ABOUT page only has about 5 lines of text and the CONTACT page has only a contact form. Still, there is a scroll bar on both pages, which is not necessary, since all the info on both pages sits above the fold. It’s a bit annoying, because when I scroll up, the text & the contact form cut into the header text. So that’s why I would like to remove the scroll bar. Is this possible?
it’s me again – I have a quick question regarding the above issue:
The CSS you provided did work, however now that the scroll bar on the ABOUT & CONTACT page is removed, the navigation menu “jumps” a bit to the right when I click from the MAIN page to the ABOUT & CONTACT page.
(Since the scroll bar is still there on the MAIN page, but not any more on the ABOUT & CONTACT page, I guess this means that the width of the pages is different, which I guess makes the navigation menu change position from one page to another)
Do you know what I can do so that the navigation menu stays in one place and doesn’t “jump” from left to right?
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