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frozen page header in asp.net
Does anyone know a way i can place a user control that consists of a nav menu so that it is always present in the web page on top? My problem is i have datagrids with thousands of rows, and if i put the grid in a label, it destroys my abiliity to maintain the frozen column headers. Thus, I cannot just put the grid within div tags and implement scrolling. The only thing I can find so far is frames, but frames suck. Suggestions?
You say you can't put the datagrid in a div tag. Why? I'm not understanding...
You'll probably need to use frames. You can use CSS, but for that kind of thing, it's more complex and IE has some bugs with scrollable DIVs (i.e., like not supporting them). :-p
"IE has some bugs with scrollable DIVs (i.e., like not supporting them)"
Really? You put a "height" style on a DIV, and every browser scrolls it, except IE. Care to share the secret?
(forgot to mention the "overflow: scroll", but I'm assuming you know that)
There's no secret Brad, it just works. Always has.
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