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    Default sort table

    Hi,

    Is there a way to make a table on BlueVoda that can be sorted by the user when he is on the that page?

    Thanks
    Ophir

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    Default Re: sort table

    Quote Originally Posted by organit View Post
    Is there a way to make a table on BlueVoda that can be sorted by the user when he is on the that page?
    No.
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    Default Re: sort table

    Cant with BV, but with a little learning, this one will work with BV "Sortable table".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collectors-info View Post
    Cant with BV, but with a little learning, this one will work with BV "Sortable table".
    The suggested widget does not allow Users to "sort" or otherwise interact with the Table on the page as asked, as it only provides different appearances of the Table as a page attribute according to the Browser View, as clearly mentioned on the page >> "This table widget requires a valid doctype in order to work properly in IE" and "Choose the one that makes your page look best across different browsers."
    Basically, it is the closest thing to auto-flow page you can get to work with BlueVoda, but is not a script that allows Visitors to enter data, "sort" it, or otherwise "interact" with a Table at all.
    It may be possible to use this script to "fake" a Sorting action, simply by changing the display (as an image) of the Table within the page, but you would need to play with it to see if it will work satisfactorily for you in this manner.

    Sorting a Table is much different than sorting a List ... which is often seen with options to "show" results according to Alphabetical, Price (lowest to highest, or reverse), or other single List Attributes (by Manufacturer, Origin, etc.) and so on.
    Each function needs be specially scripted to display according to a configured format, and often as an extension of the Search function. This is not an easy task using BlueVoda at all, and will likely require extensive use of specially created Databases and specific scripting to integrate all the required functionality.
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    Default Re: sort table

    Hi Ophi, maybe you can expand with a bit more detail on what you are trying to achieve. If! The one mentioned above is what you are looking for, it seems to work fine on my site using my IE & FF.

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