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JamieD2017
post May 14 2017, 07:24 AM
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I am fairly new to web design and am playing about with html for my local dart league website. were redesigning it. the old site was made using excel and then uploaded but im wondering if there is a code i can use to make a live table that can be updated and sorts itself automatically.



this is how it is at the moment

http://www.essexdarts.com/kevin_stammers/B...st%20Player.pdf
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falcon
post Oct 27 2017, 07:52 PM
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You could use a free "HTML Editor" that has HTML table in the header and it is easy to construct a Table to fit your needs. Google "Free HTML Editor" and take your pick. Check for tutorials or help files for it.
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post Oct 27 2017, 08:59 PM
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I am fairly new to web design and am playing about with html for my local dart league website. were redesigning it. the old site was made using excel and then uploaded but im wondering if there is a code i can use to make a live table that can be updated and sorts itself automatically.



this is how it is at the moment

http://www.essexdarts.com/kevin_stammers/B...st%20Player.pdf



There are lots of scripts around that make tables sortable. But could you explain the update automatically bit? Update from where? How?
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