HTML Table Auto Sort

HTML Table Auto Sort

Clicking on <th> tags reorders rows of an HTML table in ascending/descending order.

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What is HTML Table Auto Sort?

HTML Table Auto Sort is a Chrome extension by jchamet. This extension has 1,000 weekly active users, an average user rating of 3.48, and was removed from Chrome Web Store a year ago. The latest version, 1.7, was updated 3 years ago.

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This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2022-01-22
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By: jchamet
Users: 1,000
Rating: 3.48 (27)
Version: 1.7 (Last updated: 2020-01-13)
Creation date: 2020-01-10
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • activeTab
  • debugger
  • storage
Featured: No
Size: 75.15K
Risk impact: High risk impact
Risk likelihood: High risk likelihood
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Summary
### The Important Stuff ###

When enabled, clicking on a table header ("<th>") will reorder the table based on the values belonging to that column of the table. Order is ascending/descending, click to toggle. 


### Change Log ###

1.7: (Community Contribution!) Support tables without headers and use tbody
1.6: (Community Contribution!) Better handling of negative numbers
1.5: (Community Contribution!) State saved using chrome local storage, and columns can now be sorted independently
1.4: Added Alphanumeric sorting algorithm
1.3: minor bug fix
1.2: toggle asc/desc
1.1: removed jQuery dependency
1.0: initial upload
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Safety
Risk impact

HTML Table Auto Sort requires a number of risky permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install HTML Table Auto Sort if you trust the publisher.

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Risk likelihood

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User reviews
Great! It's really useful for sorting Roblox developer products by price rather than the default ID sort.
by Cam Blythe Cam Blythe, 2021-04-05

I can't get it to work on SeekingAlpha: https://seekingalpha.com/account/portfolio/summary?portfolioId=ABC 😞
by Ethan M Ethan M, 2021-01-15

Not Work. Here's the table code. <table class="configurable-product-table cart items data table"> <thead> <tr class="first last"> <th class="qty attributes" position: relative; top: 0px;">Size</th> <th class="qty avaibility" position: relative; top: 0px;">Availability</th> <th class="qty unit" position: relative; top: 0px;">Unit Price</th> <th class="qty subtotal" position: relative; top: 0px;">Subtotal</th> <th class="qty" position: relative; top: 0px;">Qty</th> <th class="no-display hidden" position: relative; top: 0px;"></th> </tr> </thead> <tbody class="cart item"> <tr class="item-info" data-product-id="18683"> <td class="qty first-attr bss-swatch" attribute-code="at98_taglia" attribute-value="5211" attribute-id="307"> <input type="hidden" name="bss_super_attribute[0][307]" value="5211" class="swatch-attribute"> <div class="swatch-attribute at98_taglia" attribute-code="at98_taglia" attribute-id="307"><div class="swatch-attribute-options clearfix"><div class="swatch-option text" option-type="0" option-id="5211" option-label="38" option-tooltip-thumb="" option-tooltip-value="38">38</div></div></div></td> <td class="qty">1</td> <td class="qty"> <div>$47,855</div> <div class="unit-old">$68,363</div> </td> <td class="qty subtotal">$0.00</td> <td class="qty"> <input type="text" class="qty_att_product input-text qty validate-not-negative-number required-entry" id="super_group_qty_0" value="0" name="config_table_qty[0]" index="0"> <input type="hidden" class="unit-price" value="47855"> </td> <td class="no-display hidden"> <input type="hidden" value="" name="quote_item_id[0]"> </td> </tr> <tr class="item-info" data-product-id="18683"> <td colspan="100%" class="action"> </td> </tr> <tr class="item-info" data-product-id="18681"> <td class="qty first-attr bss-swatch" attribute-code="at98_taglia" attribute-value="5228" attribute-id="307"> <input type="hidden" name="bss_super_attribute[1][307]" value="5228" class="swatch-attribute"> <div class="swatch-attribute at98_taglia" attribute-code="at98_taglia" attribute-id="307"><div class="swatch-attribute-options clearfix"><div class="swatch-option text" option-type="0" option-id="5228" option-label="40" option-tooltip-thumb="" option-tooltip-value="40">40</div></div></div></td> <td class="qty">1</td> <td class="qty"> <div>$47,855</div> <div class="unit-old">$68,363</div> </td> <td class="qty subtotal">$0.00</td> <td class="qty"> <input type="text" class="qty_att_product input-text qty validate-not-negative-number required-entry" id="super_group_qty_1" value="0" name="config_table_qty[1]" index="1"> <input type="hidden" class="unit-price" value="47855"> </td> <td class="no-display hidden"> <input type="hidden" value="" name="quote_item_id[1]"> </td> </tr> <tr class="item-info" data-product-id="18686"> <td colspan="100%" class="action"> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
by Yurika Mana, 2020-10-11
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Manifest

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