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Adding Footer to a Grid

What is the proper method of adding a footer to a grid?

I'm having a lot of problems with trying to place a TFOOT tag in the right place. (if that's the right method.) I've tried using the setContent method to inject the tag, as well as just doing a document.write("<TFOOT>my footer</TFOOT>") directly after the table element gets drawn , but no dice.

What do you all suggest?
Albert Perrien II
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Well, if I incase the grid inside another table, I can add a footer and header there. The only problem with that is that the columns don't resize or move when the end user changes the grid. Any ideas?
Albert Perrien II
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
The ActiveWidgets grid widget doesn't use <TABLE> tag - everything inside is just <DIV>s. You can see the generated markup if you replace document.write(obj) with alert(obj).

This version of the grid doesn't have proper footer area. However here is one idea to test - maybe to make your footer columns resizable you just need to add proper CSS class names, like active-column-0, active-column-1, etc. ?
Alex (ActiveWidgets)
Monday, January 5, 2004
So just to ask, are there plans for you to make a standard footer as part of your widget? If so, when?? I need it yesterday!

thanks, this grid really has saved my hide on my current project!
Chadd Whistler
Thursday, February 26, 2004

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