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Sortable Lists

By Chris Kaminski | July 30th, 2005 | Filed in DOM, DOM Scripting TF

Nifty demo of drag’n'drop sortable lists using JavaScript and CSS.

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Tim Taylor has posted a nifty sortable list demo which uses JavaScript and CSS to create drag’n'drop sortable unordered lists. It’s a work-in-progress, so I can’t vouch for perfection in code or accessibility, but it nevertheless provides a nice demonstration of the power to be had when one combines DOM scripting with other web standards like CSS.

Nod goes to his apartness, who reminded me of an example I first saw posted to underscore, a Bristol-area noomeeja discussion list.

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