So I have an ASP.NET solution with three tabs and one of the tabs consists of a number of form elements that are positioned at the top of the content place holder
and then a grid containing data. I want the ability to set the height of the grid to be dynamic to the visible page, but have it extend automatically if the browser
is resized, but set a minimum height of 400px for the grid table. I am trying to make the ASP.NET solution fit nicely to a 900px minimum display height. There is
no set height, but I want the tab content area/grid to automatically extend/reduce in size when the browser does so?
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This scenario should be achievable with CSS only. Could you send me a working sample demonstrating your tabs and grid so I could further investigate?
I am attaching a sample demonstrating responsive width and height of the WebDataGrid.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
What about a webdatagrid that is located in a webtab page? And the webdatagrid is loaded from a seperate ASPX page via the ContentURL parameter?
So you have
<ig:ContentTabItem ..... ContentURL="page1.aspx"></ig:ContentWebTabItem>
And it is the page1.aspx that has the actual webdatagrid form?
In this particular scenario, why am I getting scrollbars? There seems to be extra content below the grid that seems to be rendered, but there is nothing in code that
would explain the extra-white space.
I made a sample which demonstrates the desired behavior. I am attaching it.
Please let me know if you need anything else.