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    Hello,

    First I'd like to apologize that my 'r' key is partially broken so if the letter disappears it's because I didn't hit it properly...but more importantly than potential spelling errors,

    I'm attempting to help a friend make a portfolio website that he has requested to be modelled off of Banksy's site, i.e. horizontally scrolling with stationary left navigation. I checked Banksy's website and it's done in iframes but personally I'd like to find a way to do it with CSS, I've been trying to make something with unordered lists but no dice...I'm not really sure where I should start or what I should try, can anyone help?

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    This is a great place to start: http://css-tricks.com/how-to-create-...crolling-site/ But I really don't like his solution for this one - play around with floats and big body widths.

    Good luck!
    Jeremy | jfein.net

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    Thank you, that was exactly the launching block I was looking for

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    No problem, I'm glad to help

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