Talk:Data transfer hardware
The table content was initially adopted from the Wikipedia page Commodore 64 disk / tape emulation (also initiated by me). The table layout is an attempt to organize the material, and is highly inspired by the layout of the Wikipedia page on Comparison of Tex editors. I hope that there is an interest in this material and that there will be contributions on the layout and data from the C64-Wiki community. --Sas 12:48, 6 February 2012 (CET)
The table will not sort properly in the C64-Wiki, but when I copy the text into Wikipedia.org for testing it works perfectly. The problems are: a) The arrows are not visible in the title bar. b) the title lines are sorted along with the content, even though they have hidden text that keeps them on the top and bottom rows at Wikipedia... --Sas 23:59, 10 February 2012 (CET)
- Now, I have adding a new template for sortable tables. The arrows are disappeared, if the class is unsortable.
- For testing I have edit the table code. --Jodigi 06:16, 11 February 2012 (CET)
Thanks. I have now interchanged the two first rows, such that the first row is now the one intended for sorting. This and your fix should help a lot. The sorting is now OK when using the sort-buttons, but for an unknown reason (for me at least), the labels are in link-style and when pressing the labels the columns are sorted but not in the correct order. Do you know how to remove this link-style? --Sas 21:18, 11 February 2012 (CET)