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Making tables sortable with jQuery

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    When dealing with lists of content,
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    a common task is to determine the order of that particular list.
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    And so, looking at our macro module, whenever we have a list of macros,
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    we can see that they are currently ordered, just company address,
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    company phone, date, and then a list of the people's names
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    that may be used in this site.
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    So what you may want to do is to make
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    this particular list reorderable in some particular fashion.
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    So right now, if we go in and we go to the Administer section
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    of our macros, under Administer, Site Configuration, Macros.

Making Tables Sortable with Jquery


Shows the steps involved in converting a regular table into a table that is sortable by columns that you specify.

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