I have absolutely no HTML knowledge whatsoever and was hoping someone would be kind enough to edit the code I have below. First of all let me tell you a story. Are you sitting comfortably? Once upon a time I used Wufoo to put a form on my iWebsite and it worked, although with my limited HTML knowledge its implementation on my site is not as elegant as I would like. Anyway... inspecting the code in the iWeb HTML snippet box got me thinking. I hate how iWeb forces the entire page to reload especially when in say a portfolio section when really only one image needs to change but yet iWeb reloads the whole page. When filling in the form on my page only the form changes when a user submits something; I liked it. So I stripped out the code and started playing around to try and (possibly) utilise it in my portfolio pages. I can get my portfolio work to appear and I have figured out how to get scrolls bars to appear. However because I am such a HTML retard I would like to know how I can make the frame scrollable vertically (but not horizontally) but also not show any scroll bars. I found this bit of code: iframe width="200" style="overflow-x: hidden;">" that should help me in my quest but I can't figure out where to put it so it works. I'm aware the codes require < at the start. I just dont know how to 'post' HTML without it becoming active. The code I have so far is below. Basically I want a 200px wide vertically scrollable frame, no horizontal scrolling but also no scroll bars visible. If some one could edit the code for me I would be very grateful. iframe height="200" allowTransparency="true" frameborder="0" scrolling="yes" style="width:100%;border:none" src="http://web.me.com/stuartluff2/logobox/iphone_1.html"><a href="http://web.me.com/stuartluff2/logobox/iphone_1.html"></iframe Also what are peoples thoughts on using iframes? I have read CSS can achieve the same results but I am even more useless at that. Lets just say my middle name is 'drag and drop'. My full name is MacBoobspro Draganddrop Extreme.