> I'm working on a pure CSS method of producing a scrolling table with fixed
> column heads:
This is a very clever use of sparse HTML and common CSS properties.
However, by not using the built-in properties of TBODY in Mozilla, you
may have collided with the compatibility problems you mentioned. In
addition, you lose the built-in convenience of repeating headers and footers
in the printout.
Here is an example of what I am talking about, using other properties to
produce the same effect while retaining the print convenience. I no longer
bother to test with Netscape but Mozilla was fine with this when I first
made this example in early 2002:
I think at the present stage my version is more practical but your version
has one quality which mine does not and which interests me a lot. It handles
windowed elements like form selects in the table cells. This has immense
practical value for browser-based application development.
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