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Changing order of rows in a database

Thread began 8/08/2009 4:23 am by Carl | Last modified 1/30/2010 12:49 am by Carl | 3362 views | 14 replies

anonymous

Troy,

The way to do it would be just to create an unordered list wrapped around the repeat region and the table overall... then put each row within a list but then style the list so they have no effect on look of the table. Then just set the jquery id correctly to handle the movement of the lists.

I will try to dig out the code I used when I did this... especially since I have another project I could use this on. I may even see if there is an improved way to do this (which is why I need to pick up that jquery development book) - cause I would like to just assign the jquery ui id straight to the table row (which should be ok in theory).

Brian

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