The most common problem when scrolling is losing the context of the current column. This context is supplied by the column header. RadGrid lets you keep the header at the top even when scrolling the grid. To enable this feature, set the ClientSettings.Scrolling.UseStaticHeaders property to True. (Its default value is False.)
When UseStaticHeaders property is set to True, grid header and pager remain static, even when the grid is scrolled:
When UseStaticHeaders is False, the header and pager scroll along with the data rows:
When scrolling is enabled and UseStaticHeaders is True , the grid columns should declare HeaderStyle.Width .
You can set UseStaticHeaders declaratively at design time:
<telerik:RadGrid RenderMode="Lightweight" runat="server" ... > <ClientSettings> <Scrolling AllowScroll="True" UseStaticHeaders="true" /> </ClientSettings> ... </telerik:RadGrid>
You can also set the scrolling properties in the code-behind at runtime:
RadGrid1.ClientSettings.Scrolling.AllowScroll = true; RadGrid1.ClientSettings.Scrolling.UseStaticHeaders = true;
RadGrid1.ClientSettings.Scrolling.AllowScroll = True RadGrid1.ClientSettings.Scrolling.UseStaticHeaders = True
If you use static headers when the grid's Width and Height properties are set to "100%", the Web page shows only the grid scrollbars; the browser scrollbars are hidden. In this way, RadGrid can mimic a desktop application such as Microsoft Excel.