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Hi I have classic asp and use recordset to show the data from sql server database. and have two question.

1. Please view attached, when the mouse over on particular row. Is it possible to do something like that attached?

2. how to do the alternative color. the row color is different.

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by:LZ1
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I actually am working on the exact same type of project.  I found this jquery plugin to be extremely helpful

http://www.datatables.net/index 
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by:Webboy2008
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look good but i don't have time to learn this.
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Not really a whole lot to learn. You basically already have your table with your repeat-region right?

Give your table an ID, then you can basically do something like this, after you've included the Jquery library of course:
<script type="text/javascript">
		$(document).ready(function() {
			$('#admin').dataTable( {
				"aaSorting": [[ 4, "desc" ]],
				"sDom": 'Rlfrtip',
				"bStateSave":true,
				"sPaginationType": "full_numbers"
			} );
		} );
		</script>

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If you still don't want to do something like that then for highlighting and clicking you can use something like this:  
<script type="text/javascript">
		    $(document).ready(function() {
			 $('#admin tr')
			   .addClass('highlight')
			   .end()
			 .click(function(event) {
			   $(this).toggleClass('highlight');
			 });
		    });
		</script>

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Just make sure to give your CSS a class of .highlight.  Mine looks like this:
table#admin .highlight td,
table#admin tr.alt.highlight td{background:#FF6;}

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