Initializing a table in a hidden div results in shrunken header widths

Initializing a table in a hidden div results in shrunken header widths

rogerchin85rogerchin85 Posts: 9Questions: 2Answers: 0
edited November 2017 in Free community support

I have a table placed inside an div that is initially hidden. When a user submits a form to generate a report, the div appears and the header's widths are all 0px. I tried making the div appear by removing a class and altering the .css() in jquery. It seems that with the div hidden, anything initializing or adding rows to the table, the new rows/initializing takes on the div being 0px width 0px height.

My current workaround is, I initialize my table in my javascript, then do a $(table).hide() after. However, when I go and do a generate report and show the div, my "showing entries" at the bottom left overlaps my table, as if my table didn't push it down when rows were added.

Is this a bug?

EDIT - Just wanna add that if I have the div showing initially and I press the generate report button, the rows append and all elements get pushed down.

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