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Fixed or Sticky header or ASP.NET webpage

, 19 Dec 2010 CPOL
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Fixed or Sticky header or ASP.NET webpage
If you want the header section of the website to be fixed on top with menus and other information, you can simply use the below CSS to do so:
Use it like:
        <div class="header">
               Header content goes here...
               Body content goes here...
This can be used with Master pages too.


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Amit Kumar Tiwari
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GeneralThanks, that does make things easier! PinsubeditorWalt Fair, Jr.18-Dec-10 16:21 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Thanks for sharing this tip Pinmemberlinuxjr17-Dec-10 8:41 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 My vote 5 for good work! PinmemberAbdul Quader Mamun17-Dec-10 6:17 
GeneralThank you so much for appreciation :) PinmemberAmit Kumar Tiwari16-Dec-10 16:58 
GeneralGood Tips PinmemberAbdul Quader Mamun16-Dec-10 9:33 
GeneralReason for my vote of 5 That's good TIP, It's working like a... PinmemberHiren Solanki15-Dec-10 22:19 
GeneralGood Job Amit Pinmemberanil Madan20-Dec-10 8:48 

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