specifies the overflow property for div for auto can be directly, but must specify the height of the div, as follows:
code is as follows:


<Div style="position: absolute; height: 400 px; overflow: auto" > </div>

if you want to achieve better effect can refer to the following code:

the so-called DIV scroll bar, is to use DIV tag, embedded in a CSS stylesheet, join the overflow property value, in this way, when the content of the DIV's normative area reaches a certain program, scroll bars will come in handy. Its function is about to save page space, is the so-called &other; Shrinkage throughout the &; A. See how it works, provide the code for the first floor. Reference the core code:

  code is as follows:  


<DIV style="PADDING - RIGHT: 10 px; OVERFLOW - Y: auto; PADDING - LEFT: 10 px; SCROLLBAR - FACE - COLOR: # FFFFFF; the FONT - SIZE: 11 pt; PADDING - BOTTOM: 0 px; SCROLLBAR - HIGHLIGHT - COLOR: # FFFFFF, OVERFLOW: auto; WIDTH: 510 px; SCROLLBAR - SHADOW - COLOR: # 919192; COLOR: blue; the SCROLLBAR - 3 dlight - COLOR: # FFFFFF; LINE - HEIGHT: 100%; SCROLLBAR ARROW - COLOR: # 919192; PADDING - TOP: 0 px; SCROLLBAR - TRACK - COLOR: # FFFFFF; the font-family: tahoma; SCROLLBAR - DARKSHADOW - COLOR: # FFFFFF; LETTER - SPACING: 1 pt, HEIGHT: 200 px; TEXT - ALIGN: LEFT" >
</div>

the scrollbar color attributes related to:
face - color:
the slider color hightlight - color: highlight color 3 dlight - color:

3 d light color darkshadow - color:
shadow color shadow, color, shadow color
arrow - color:
arrow color tack - color: color slide

the scrollbar attributes:
overflow: auto for automatic, yes, is no is no
overflow - x: horizontal scroll bar
overflow - y: vertical scroll bar# 0 - #


This concludes the body part