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From Anna Bikkina <a...@pinksheets.com>
Subject Re: Sorting html tables dynamically
Date Wed, 04 Aug 2004 14:27:02 GMT


Thank you for the responses. Brainjar's script might not work for me. I have 
1000's of rows in my table. Typically there are around 9000 rows this might 
not work for me.

Anna.


On Wednesday 04 August 2004 07:07 am, FREDERIC MOSER wrote:



> > > Client side table sorting using javascript (like
> > > http://brainjar.com/dhtml/tablesort/) is a really cool concept
> >
> > but if
> >
> > > you have a lot of rows, your browser might get very slow and crash.
> >
> > yes thats true, but in most cases so many rows that can crash or
> > slowdown
> > browser its not a good idea to be displayed to the user too.
> >
> > i have no problem sorting some hundred rows (in IE).
> >
> > -- stavros
>
> I must admit I used brainjar's script pretty much "out of the box".
> I never succeed sorting hundred of rows with a reasonable speed (depends
> on what you're sorting of course...). But I still like the idea a lot so
> I would be curious to see how you're doing it.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Fred
>
>
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