Freezing top rows

Dear Team,

I wish to inquire whether it is possible to freeze some part of a dataset for it to be viewed as one scrolls through it.

I have some dataset entry tables that are long and cant fit into one screen so have to scroll vertically and horizontally to see other parts.

Here is an example of one for TB Active Case Finding

Thank you all

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ALEX MACHARIA

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Hi Alex,

I doubt that is possible without creating your own user interface.

What you CAN do however is to use sections - then the users can select one section at a time.

Best,

Knut

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On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 10:19 AM, Alex Macharia amacharia@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Team,

I wish to inquire whether it is possible to freeze some part of a dataset for it to be viewed as one scrolls through it.

I have some dataset entry tables that are long and cant fit into one screen so have to scroll vertically and horizontally to see other parts.

Here is an example of one for TB Active Case Finding

ALEX MACHARIA

Thank you all


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At first I took your advice on creating sections but with some more trials I was eventually able to get it to work with a sticky header, now works okay.

Thanks

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That’s one complicated form you have there! Any reason for this level of disaggregation?

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Good to hear, Alex. So I take it you built a custom form and added this feature to the CSS like Hazim suggested in the post below?

https://community.dhis2.org/t/fix-stick-form-header/34300

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Yes was able to create CSS like Hazim with a sticky top and now am using that in practically all of my forms.

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