To do this, you need to include some code in whatever column formula is
appropriate. Personally, I have knocked regular views on the head as they
never line up right. My web views are just one or two columns (if it's
categorised) and the second column contains all the html to write out a
complete row of the view, and do a check for a page throw at the end of each
Like this, inside a column formula:
DBPath:= "\\" + @ReplaceSubstring( @ReplaceSubstring( @Subset( @DbName; -1);
"\\"; "/"); " "; "+");.... Yada Yada... declaring all the widths of the
<TDs> and stuff...
Blahdy Blah... now (whilst still in the column formula, declare (but not
make) a call to a function checkRow in the JS Header of the document
containing this view...