Date:  01/11/2013 09:35:03 PM Msg ID:  004561
From:  Joe Goldsmiith Thread:  004559
Subject:  Re: Update selected row in an HTML table
Hmmm, I never thought of client-side versus server-side. I'll look into it. Thanks for the help.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/11/2013 02:17:54 PM:
You could write a bunch of JavaScript to achieve tabular editing, or use one of the canned grid components available. Many (most?) JavaScript frameworks and widget manufacturers provide such components -- just search for one that was made for your preferred framework (jQuery, MooTools, etc.) In the past I have used jqGrid, which is really powerful, but it's not the easiest component to work with.
If you do want to write the js from scratch, I suggest that you post your question to a discussion board that is dedicated to JavaScript client-side programming, or better yet, to client-side programming for your preferred js framework. FoxWeb runs on the server side, whereas your problem is on the client side.
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Sent by Joe Goldsmiith on 01/11/2013 12:22:14 PM:
 Hello to all.
I have an HTML table with multiple rows and each cell in each row uses <input> allowing users to update changes to information in each cell in the row.
What I would like to do, and can't figure out, is how to isolate one row and update each cell. Even if only one cell is updated I'd like to update the row.
Might anyone have a thought? It would certainly be a big help.
Thanks in advance!