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From: Billie Walsh <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Scrolling Table
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 10:31:06 -0500
By playing around with the first one I came up with a test page
I'll definitely give the second one a try. I understand HTML much better
than I do XHTML. Style is still a bit of a mystery, but I'm working on
On 09/20/2010 04:38 PM, Barry Carlson wrote:
> The short piece of code I posted previously was only meant to give an
> idea of how a "div" could be made to hold the contents of a table and
> be told to scoll that part of the table that is hidden.
> I have taken the XHTML version at -
> and created a simpler HTML version at -
> The result is the same as the original, but all the ":nth-child"
> styles have gone, and most of the styles are now inline with a few
> exceptions where CSS makes it easier to target a number of cells. A
> "th" cell in the header has been given an "id", and the same for the
> bottom row of "td" cells in the data table.
> Just highlight, copy and paste the code in the bottom box to your text
> editor and save as a .html file. You will then have a working copy of
> the original without the additional Rootsweb mark-up.
> Let me know if you need any explanation regarding the styles.
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