Originally posted by mwmillerI suggested this a long time ago and got some support but obviously not enough for the admins to make the change.
Is there a way to freeze the header row on the data tables here at RHP?
Most tables have several columns of data, and as you scroll down the page the column header that describes what data is in the column goes up and off the page. That makes it difficult to remember what the numbers in each column represent once you are down the page and looking at a d ...[text shortened]... Would that be seriously difficult to modify?
Does anyone else have any thoughts on this idea?
Originally posted by vendaI supported it then,
I suggested this a long time ago and got some support but obviously not enough for the admins to make the change.
With the new site they were working on at the time I guess it was low priority.
It will do no harm to raise it again.The my performance list is especially poor without a freeze titles option.
Originally posted by SwissGambitThanks SwissGambit! I'm testing it now and so far it looks and works great.
This change is now within reach for Firefox/GreaseMonkey (and possibly Chrome/TamperMonkey) users. Simply install the RHP 2013 Scroll Tables script frombigdogghouse.com/RHP/
Originally posted by vendaHere's a little information about greasemonkey, which is the firefox add-on.
I use chrome and firefox, but what does the greasemonkey bit mean?
Originally posted by SwissGambitThank you for the info.
It's a Firefox add-on that allows you to run scripts that change the functionality of webpages. You can get it here.https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/
Originally posted by vendaIt only has an effect on how firefox works on websites, as far as I know. There are many scripts for greasemonkey that effect other websites, but if the only ones you install are those written for our RHP site, you will only see the difference on RHP.
Thank you for the info.
Does the greasemonkey affect any other programmes?
I suspect it does.
I'm not the only person using the pc and I'm loth to download anything that may affect the stuff my missis does although I suppose I could always uninstall it again if necessary.