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Client Side Filtering Using Jquery

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 24, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi. I would like to filter a DVWP using client side filtering.  Here is what I have done so far:  I wrapped the entire DVWP inside a div tag.

<div id='filters'>

 This code will hide the DVWP:

var $fil = $('#filters'); $fil.hide(); 

Using a jquery filter function, I tried to effect certain items that met the criteria.  This does not work: 

 $(fil).filter(function(index) { return $('@ID', this).val == 2; }).css('background-color', 'red');

Is there another element I can reference to see if the ID is equal to 2. Once I find a match, I'll want to hide that item. Thanks.

Richard




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