Fixed Columns

Left and right fixed columns
The FixedHeader extension will ensure that your column titles will scroll with the page, showing at the top of the table at all times. Note also that the column titles remain clickable to perform ordering on the table. FixedHeader is initialised by using the fixedHeader option. This can be set to true to use the default options or given as an object for additional options. In this example we just use the defaults.
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Airi Satou Accountant Tokyo 33 2008/11/28 $162,700
Angelica Ramos Chief Executive Officer (CEO) London 47 2009/10/09 $1,200,000
Ashton Cox Junior Technical Author San Francisco 66 2009/01/12 $86,000
Bradley Greer Software Engineer London 41 2012/10/13 $132,000
Brenden Wagner Software Engineer San Francisco 28 2011/06/07 $206,850
Brielle Williamson Integration Specialist New York 61 2012/12/02 $372,000
Bruno Nash Software Engineer London 38 2011/05/03 $163,500
Caesar Vance Pre-Sales Support New York 21 2011/12/12 $106,450
Cara Stevens Sales Assistant New York 46 2011/12/06 $145,600
Cedric Kelly Senior Javascript Developer Edinburgh 22 2012/03/29 $433,060
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Header and Footer fixed
When displaying tables with a particularly large amount of data shown on each page, it can be useful to have the table's header and footer fixed to the top or bottom of the scrolling window FixedHeader provides the ability to fix in place both. These are controlled by the options fixedHeader.header and fixedHeader.footer. Either can be optionally enabled, or as is the case in this example, both enabled.
NamePositionOfficeAgeStart dateSalary