I'm trying to create a horizontal scrolling site of variable width using Wordpress & am having trouble figuring out how to get it to work. Basically, I want to page to continue to expand horizontally as new posts are created.
Right now the only way I can achieve this seems inflexible as I am floating each post left & have the width set to 250%. This works now but as more posts get added, I'll have to manually change the width to accomodate for each new post.
Is this possible using only CSS or will I need to write a JS that expands the width the accomodate the width of the page content?
Any help is greatly appreciated!
What I would do is have a container div set to some percent greater than 100%. Try 500% to make sure it's going well out of view. You would then have fixed width divs inside of that container all floated left. Make sure you put "overflow-x:scroll;" on the body in your stylesheet.
I hope I had the right idea of what you're trying to do, and I hope this helps!