FixedColumns provides the ability to fix one or more columns to the left and / or right hand side of a DataTable that scrolls along the x-axis. This can be used if the columns show grouping, index or similar information. This is FixedColumns for DataTables
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This package contains distribution files for the FixedColumns extension for DataTables. Only the core software for this library is contained in this package - to be correctly styled, a styling package for FixedColumns must also be included. Styling options include DataTable's native styling, Bootstrap and Foundation.
FixedColumns provides the ability to fix one or more columns to the left and / or right hand side of a DataTable that scrolls along the x-axis. This can be used if the columns show grouping, index or similar information.
For inclusion of this library using a standard
<script> tag, rather than using this package, it is recommended that you use the DataTables download builder which can create CDN or locally hosted packages for you, will all dependencies satisfied.
npm install datatables.net-fixedcolumns
var $ = require( 'jquery' ); require( 'datatables.net-fixedcolumns' )( window, $ );
bower install --save datatables.net-fixedcolumns
Full documentation and examples for FixedColumns can be found on the website.
Bug / Support
Support for DataTables is available through the DataTables forums and commercial support options are available.
If you are thinking of contributing code to DataTables, first of all, thank you! All fixes, patches and enhancements to DataTables are very warmly welcomed. This repository is a distribution repo, so patches and issues sent to this repo will not be accepted. Instead, please direct pull requests to the DataTables/FixedColumns. For issues / bugs, please direct your questions to the DataTables forums.
This software is released under the MIT license. You are free to use, modify and distribute this software, but all copyright information must remain.