am having difficulty while implementing DIV tags in my HTML.
Scenario is as follows:
1: am having a table with 19 columns, having 2 rows for header fields <th> & 2 rows for data fields <td>
2: have used a Div tag with following properties to show all columns using a scrollbar.
<div style=" width:932px; height:125px; overflow:auto;" id="divAcc">
3: i have a function on click of which am populating the 2 rows of data fields <td>. (Note: Every time the button is clicked point 3 must happen. User can click the button 'n' number of times)
Now the problem arised here:
1: On button click am able to populate 2 rows of data, but since my DIV size is not getting increased all values appear on the scroll bar.
Please help me to dynamically increase my DIV height.
posted 5 years ago
Because you have the div set to scroll, you add rows to the bottom of the table and it will appear hidden.
Add the rows to the top or scroll the div down to where you just added the rows.