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    David Coxsey

    alright, so my boss just came to me with this interesting tidbit:
    our BI analysts have built a report that is pretty large on the screen and has column heading and a first row that holds descriptions for all of the rows. The analysts have built the report in WebFocus which using some javascript to render the report in a way that the first row is locked so that it is still displayed when the user scrolls horizontally across the screen. I’m assuming that the column headings are also locked, but this wasn’t mentioned.

    Anyway, the analysts have this report working as intended in Internet Explorer but it isn’t working in Safari (both desktop and on iOS) or Firefox. My mind was blown when I heard that, but my boss asked if there was something that could be making the intended functionality break in those browsers. Not being able to see the javascript they have written I couldn’t give them an answer, but is there a jquery plugin out there that could make this work as intended or some javascript that I can show them?

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