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    Arrow Scrollable HTML tables

    1) CODE TITLE:
    Scrollable HTML tables

    2) AUTHOR NAME:
    Justas Vinevicius

    3) DESCRIPTION:
    This JavaScript code can be used to convert ordinary HTML tables into scrollable ones.

    4) URL TO CODE:
    http://www.webtoolkit.info/scrollable-html-table.html

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    The effect looks cool to me.

    It seems like it would be very useful if there were a situation with a really long table.

    I didn't inspect the code too thoroughly, so I can't comment on that side of things.
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    Could be useful for posting code somewhere like here.
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    Yes, this would come in handy if one were trying to create a web-based application with data that need to be scrolled (whether it be too long for the page, or just because the user wants it to be scrollable). One thing though, why do the headings have the cursor as pointer (hand) as if they were linked to something? Were you going to incorporate a sorting function into this?

    Anyways, nice script.
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