How to Add a Locked Header Row to an ASP.NET GridView Control

Notice the fixed header row!

Notice the fixed header row!

Ever wish you could fix the header row of your GridView in place at the top as shown above?  Check out this article:

http://blogs.iis.net/webtopics/archive/2009/06/23/how-to-add-a-locked-header-row-to-an-asp-net-gridview-control.aspx

The sample page (linked from the image above) works great in IE6, FF3.0.11, and FF3.5.

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