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Hello;
In a dynaform (for example: called "Grid Form"), I created a grid consisting of 10 columns and I want to use this dynaform as a Sub-Form in other dynaforms.
In each of the other dynaforms - which I use the "Form Grid" Sub-Form - I need some of the "Form Grid" columns and I do not need the other columns for show. So for better display, I have to reduce or increase the width of the columns with JavaScript and hide the other columns that do not need to be displayed in current dynaform. And I do this, in another dynaform, for the other columns of that grid.
For example, in dynaform "001", the columns and their widths, should look like this:
1- Width of the first column: 10%
2- Width of the second column: 15%
3- Width of the third column: 30%
4- Width of the fourth column: 17%
5- The fifth column: hidden
6- Width of the sixth column: 22%
7- The seventh column: hidden
8- The eighth column: hidden
9- Ninth column: hidden
10- The tenth column: hidden
(Total column width: 94%)
And in dynaform "002", the columns and their widths, should look like this:
1- Width of the first column: 14%
2- The second column: hidden
3- The third column: hidden
4- Width of the fourth column: 17%
5- The fifth column: hidden
6- Width of the sixth column: 22%
7- Width of the seventh column: 24%
8- The eighth column: hidden
9- Width of the ninth column: 17%
10- The tenth column: hidden
(Total column width: 94%)
Similarly, in other dynaforms, the width of each column, as well as whether or not the columns are displayed, depends on the same dynaform and in JavaScript of that dynaform will specify.
I know how to hide columns By JavaScript. But I did not find a way to change the width of the columns of that grid, using JavaScript.
Friends, can anyone help me?
Thanks a lot.
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If you want to change the width of the columns in a grid or table, it's easy enough to do with CSS. But what if you want to change the widths dynamically? For example, what if you're using an infinite scrolling grid, and you want the user to decide how wide each column is?

In that case, it's time for JavaScript. Here's an example of a snippet of JavaScript code that will change the width of the columns in your HTML table:

var tableWidth = document.querySelector('table').offsetWidth;

var columnWidth = tableWidth / columns;

table.style.width = columnWidth + 'px';

This code is pretty straightforward. First we get the width of the table element by using querySelector() and storing it in tableWidth . Then we divide that by the number of columns, which is stored in columns , and assign that value to columnWidth . Finally, we add a px to the width property of the table element so that it actually changes its size. That's all there is to it!
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