I have a table that gets its information from an SQL Query. The returned rows are sometimes more than 200, so I want the user to be able to scroll through the page and still be able to see the header row at all times.....anyone knows how to do this??
if you don't set any width at al the cells will size to teh widest content, and the table will size to the total width of all the cells.
however that will then create a problem for the headings because
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