I have a site that has a number of really BIG tables. There are a lot of columns and rows making it a nightmare to sort through. In order to maintain the width of my site, I am using "overflow-x: scroll" so that a horizontal scrollbar gets added to the bottom of my table to initially hide the excess columns (until a user decides to scroll).
However, one of the issues I have is viewing cells that are in the top right-most column of my table. A lot of people have complained that they need to scroll to the bottom of the table in the browser, use the table horizontal scrollbar to go to the far right, then scroll back up to the row they were on.
I'm not sure if this would be possible but a great solution would be to have the horizontal table scrollbar appear at the bottom of my browser once a user scrolls past the thead in the table. Once the user then scrolls past the bottom of the table, the scrollbar attaches itself back to the table (so in other words, somewhat of a "sticky" horizontal scollbar).
I've been looking online but haven't had much luck finding an example of this. If this isn't in fact possible, I'd also be open to other suggestions on how to improve my setup. Thanks in advance.