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Scrolling part of a page in SharePoint 2003

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I am working with SharePoint 2003 (I am new to SharePoint!) and I am trying to get it to do the following.
I want the top web part on the page to remain fixed during vertical scrolling so that you can see a diagram and I want the lower web part to scroll underneath it.
Can you tell me if and how I can do this please?

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The difficulty in doing this is that SharePoint 2003 uses HTML tables to layout the page and the web parts.  For instance, the first row of web parts are one row in the table and the each subsequent row of web parts is another HTML table row.

The only way I can think to accomplish this would be to display your graphic in a content editor web part.  Then in the HTML code of the web part, surround the contents in a DIV tag that has a fixed position:

< div style="top: 0; left: 0; position: fixed; width: auto;>
HTML code of your contents here
</div>

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This probably won't have the exact effect you desire, but might get you close.
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Thanks for the response but it looks like its not easy as it stands so i will have to live with it.

Thanks Anyway
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