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Sticky Table

The Sticky Table is a simple and basic HTML/CSS project designed to demonstrate the ability to create tables with sticky headers and columns using HTML and CSS. The table includes rows of data that are color-coded for better readability and aesthetics.

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Features Technologies Used Installation and Usage Contributing License Features The table has sticky column headers that remain visible even when scrolling through a long list of data entries. The table also features sticky row headers that ensure that each row stays visible even when scrolled horizontally. The table data is color-coded in a alternating pattern of white, light gray, and dark gray, which makes it easier for users to distinguish between rows or entries. Technologies Used This project was developed using the following technologies:



Installation and Usage

To use this project on your local machine, you can follow these steps:

Clone the repository using the Git command: git clone Navigate to the cloned repository on your local computer using your preferred text editor. Open the index.html file in a web browser or through an integrated development environment (IDE) to view the table and test its features. Alternatively, you can visit the live site here to see the project in action.

Contributing Contributions to this project are welcome and encouraged. To contribute, follow these steps:

Fork the repository using the "Fork" button on the top right corner of this page.

Clone the forked repository to your local machine using the Git command: git clone

Create a new branch using the Git command: git checkout -b feature/your-feature-name Make changes to the codebase and commit them using Git. Push the changes back to your forked repository and submit a pull request.

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