> I've got to put a wide excel table onto the web as an application
> (intranet). Imagine a table that is 30 columns wide (at least 1100px) and
> 1,000's of rows long. I need the header row to be locked and not scroll
> WHILE remaining lined up with the columns under it that can scroll. The
> whole thing will need a browser horizontal scrollbar for people that may
> running smaller resolutions.
> What is the best course of action? I threw out framesets since they would
> scroll independently. I'm playing with a div set to height with overflow
> then I can't use all the possible screen space since I have to set the
> height to something everyone could use. I've never used iframes but it
> sounds like those would give me issues with double horizontal scrollbars?
If it is on the intranet, why not keep it as an excell sheet? After all,
exactly that is what excell was done for.
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