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Fixed Table Header Atop Scrollable GridView in ASP.NET

, 26 Feb 2015 CPOL 71.6K 38
Tip describes CSS3 formatting technique that allows to create web Table header, which always stays atop the table regardless of scrolling
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Dr. A. Bell has 20+ years of Software and Electrical Engineering experience: Win/Web veteran, published 300+ articles and authored 37 inventions, credited for 10+ Enterprise level projects (>250k code lines); currently focused on .NET/WPF, C#, HTML5, jQuery, SQL, 'Big Data', AI, Speech Tech and Mobile apps. He participated in App Innovation Contest (AIC 2102/2013) with several winning submissions. Sample projects/pubs follow:
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