Table Reorder Rows

Table Reorder Rows extension of Bootstrap Table.

Dependence: tablednd v0.9

if you want you can include the bootstrap-table-reorder-rows.css file to use the default dragClass.

Usage

<link rel="stylesheet" href="extensions/reorder-rows/bootstrap-table-reorder-rows.css">
<script src=".../jquery.tablednd.js"></script>
<script src="extensions/reorder-rows/bootstrap-table-reorder-rows.js"></script>

Example

Reorder Rows

Options

reorderableRows

  • attribute: data-reorderable-rows

  • type: Boolean

  • Detail:

    Set true to allow the reorder feature.

  • Default: false

onDragStyle

  • attribute: data-on-drag-style

  • type: String

  • Detail:

    This is the style that is assigned to the row during drag. There are limitations to the styles that can be associated with a row (such as you can’t assign a border well you can, but it won’t be displayed).

  • Default: null

onDragClass

  • attribute: data-on-drag-class

  • type: String

  • Detail:

    This class is added for the duration of the drag and then removed when the row is dropped. It is more flexible than using onDragStyle since it can be inherited by the row cells and other content.

  • Default: reorder_rows_onDragClass

onDropStyle

  • attribute: data-on-drop-style

  • type: String

  • Detail:

    This is the style that is assigned to the row when it is dropped. As for onDragStyle, there are limitations to what you can do. Also this replaces the original style, so again consider using onDragClass which is simply added and then removed on drop.

  • Default: null

onReorderRowsDrag

  • attribute: data-on-reorder-rows-drag

  • type: Function

  • Detail:

    Pass a function that will be called when the user starts dragging. The function takes 1 parameter: the row which the user has started to drag.

  • Default: empty function

onReorderRowsDrop

  • attribute: data-on-reorder-rows-drop

  • type: Function

  • Detail:

    Pass a function that will be called when the row is dropped. The function takes 1 parameter: the row that was dropped.

  • Default: empty function

dragHandle

  • attribute: data-drag-handle

  • type: String

  • Detail:

    This is the cursor element.

    Note: This option is mainly used to adapt to the TableDnD plugin. Under no special circumstances, please do not modify the default value.

  • Default: >tbody>tr>td

useRowAttrFunc

  • attribute: data-use-row-attr-func

  • type: Boolean

  • Detail:

    This function must be use if your tr elements won’t have the id attribute. If your tr elements don’t have the id attribute this plugin don’t fire the onDrop event.

  • Default: false

Events

onReorderRow(reorder-row.bs.table)

Fired when the row was dropped, receives two parameters:

  • The new table data
  • The dropped row
  • The row of the old position