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I am a noob to jQuery and VF in general...so bear with me :)

I am trying to replicate the example given in the below link for implementing a client level sort functionality for my apex:pageblocktable

https://salesforce.stackexchange.com/a/25331/7755

In that example I believe the table sorter plugin is being referenced as a static resource via the following code.

<apex:includeScript value="{!URLFOR($Resource.tablesorter, 'jquery.tablesorter.min.js')}"/>

I am assuming that I have to create a static resource named "jquery.tablesorter.min.js".

Can someone tell me where to download this file containing this particular plugin ?

UPDATE :

http://tablesorter.com/docs/#Download

This page contains a zip file called "__jquery.tablesorter.zip".

This archive file inturn contains several folders & files.

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Should I have to upload the entire archive file "_jquery.tablesorter.zip" for this plugin to work or can I upload only this particular file "jquery.tablesorter.min.js" ?

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I would say you take a whole ZIP. It is better to have all necessary files in one package.

  • Rename __jquery.tablesorter.zip to tablesorter.zip
  • Goto Salesforce Setup > Develop > Static resource
  • Click on the New button
  • Give Name, Description. Select your tablesorter.zip file as a source
  • Save it
  • On the visualforce page reference this static resource like this:
    <apex:includeScript value="{!URLFOR($Resource.tablesorter, 'jquery.tablesorter.min.js')}"/>

This means that the file jquery.tablesorter.min.js should be loaded from the static resource with a name tablesorter

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  • Thanks..One more question just for my knowledge ...if we upload the entire zip file as a static resource, the files under that archive will also be accessible right...?...because it is a zip file i am assuming that SF will be able to reach the decompress the archive and can read the specific file internally..am i right ?..let me know if i am not clear
    – Varun
    Commented Mar 11, 2015 at 15:35
  • @ZenSeeker Yes, you are right. Read this topic for more info: What is a Static Resource? Commented Mar 11, 2015 at 16:21

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