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Fanstatic package providing a js table select widget.

Project description

js.tableselect

Introduction

This library provides a widget which you can use to transform a multiselect to a searchable sortable table which has selectable rows. Packaged for fanstatic.

Create and use

Once included, simply call $(select_element).tableselect(); to transform your simple multiselect element to a searchable table select widget containing values and labels. Click on rows to select them.

aoColumn and aaData values need to be provided in the global “tableselect” object with the Id of the original multiselect as key. First column must contain the values of the options of the original multiselect. In the example below this column is hidden:

tableselect[‘my_multiselect’][‘aoColumns’] = [
{“bVisible”: false, “bSearchable”: false}, {“sTitle”: “Title”, “bSearchable”: true}, {“sTitle”: “Description”, “bSearchable”: true}];
tableselect[‘my_multiselect’][‘aaData’] = [
[“value_of_first_option”, “title”, “description”], [“value_of_second_option”, “foo”, “bar”]] ;

$(‘#my_multiselect’).tableselect();

CHANGES

0.3 (2013-10-22)

  • Add support for overriding initial sorting option.

0.2 (2013-09-18)

  • Add support for overriding Language options (Translations).

0.1 (2013-09-12)

  • Initial release

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