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Why do webpages scroll vertically instead of horizontally?
It is a common convention that webpages scroll up and down instead of right to left, but all printed material that's not written on rolls of toilet paper 'scrolls' horizontally. Why did the web break ...
Jan 2 '13 at 21:02
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