jQuery way to freeze first two columns of a GridView control.

Is there a jQuery way to freeze the first two columns of a GridView control or an HTML table?

I tried with CSS but the solutions are not compatible with all versions of IE. I therefore want a javascript way to do this.
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MrunalConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The link I have provided earlier in my post contains asp.net GridView. (not jquery grid)

http://gridviewscroll.aspcity.idv.tw/Demo.aspx

Have you tried that...
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mcnuteCommented:
In the second link mroonal provided there is a link on the left sidebar menu called "Frozen Cols.GroupHeader(new)" which provides all info you nee.
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rpkhareAuthor Commented:
These are pure jQuery Grids. Is there any trick to work with GridView control itself?
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rpkhareAuthor Commented:
I don't want to use jqGrid. I am using ASP.NET GridView control and want to add frozen columns to it.
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rpkhareAuthor Commented:
I already tried the first two solutions. The problem is it doesn't works well in IE 9.0. I want a solution that is compatible with all versions of IE.

I am checking the links suggested in the third link you provided. But it seems the links are similar to the first two.
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rpkhareAuthor Commented:
Thanks it worked. I made a mistake while copying code.
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rpkhareAuthor Commented:
@mroonal:

I tried on a production code. It works fine when IE 9.0 is running in compatibility mode but when changed to IE 9, it is not rendering properly.

Any work around.
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