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Hi Folks,

I need to implement a HTML table with "Fixed Header" and "Scrollable Body". I've tried a lot and googled. :( I didn't find any solution. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in Advance.
Posted 15-Nov-10 19:49pm
Updated 6-Mar-11 20:58pm

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Solution 1

Try these

A Scrollable Table With a Fixed Header[^] (Tricky one)

Pure CSS Scrollable Table with Fixed Header[^]

Fixed headers in large HTML tables[^]

Try this****

Table fixed Header[^]

I was checked & it's working, See the Documentation

Compatible browsers

Internet Explorer 8
Firefox 3.6.9
Chrome 5.0 & Safari 4.0.5
Opera 10
Eswa 16-Nov-10 1:52am
Thanks for posting.
Link1: Two Tables are Used. i have to achieve with only one table. because, more columns, large content alignment mismatch for columns & rows. already i seen this on googled.
Link2: Not working in IE8.
Link3: Not working in Firefox.
thatraja 16-Nov-10 2:45am
For your case, Link1 & Link3 are applicable, am i right?(Because you have asked only for IE8)
Eswa 16-Nov-10 3:32am
Link1: Assume 10 columns & 40 rows. 20th row column 8 have large amount of data. columns are not scrolled. Not applicable.
Link3: ok with IE8, but working with firefox also needed.
thatraja 16-Nov-10 4:21am
check my updated answer & I hope now you have the solution
Eswa 16-Nov-10 4:35am
i already checked. any how thanks thatraja.
thatraja 16-Nov-10 4:38am
what you mean? is the last link not working? I have checked & it's working man.
ii_noname_ii 17-Jan-12 8:35am
not working in IE7.

There are thousands of these, but none that work well on all browsers.
thatraja 17-Jan-12 8:41am
Yep, Because OP asked solution for IE8. But I think you can find things for IE7 too in Google.
ii_noname_ii 17-Jan-12 8:46am
Yeah. Works for IE8...
I think I've tested a dozen solutions, and have not found one that is 100% cross browser... Well, my tests don't need to go very far: what works in FF (whatever the latest version is), does not work in IE7 && IE8. IE 6 would be a bonus at this point.
(I think even the asker was just meeting a wall for a solution not working in IE8, but intended for something to work in all modern, supported browsers..)
thatraja 17-Jan-12 9:06am
IE6? No No don't.
But I'm sure you can find IE compatible thing in Google. I'll let you know if I find anything.

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