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Keep a table to the left of a div and stop it from being scrolled

Posted on 2014-03-21
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Hi,

I have a page that can be viewed here:

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If you click the FAVORITES button on the right margin of the browser window, you will see a page prepared for favorites.  What I am trying to achieve is to keep the description column where it is, but allow the favorites to be scrolled - I am having trouble with that!

Help appreciated - and thanks in advance.
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If I understand correctly, you want the left column to be scrollable, while keeping the right column the same height.
For that you need to give up the table layout, and use divs instead.
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I would like the left column to be fixed on the x axis and the right column to scroll horizontally.  If I take the left column table and put that in a div, would that not work?  I did try that, but it seemed to move with the rest of the page...
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thanks sorted it.
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