The issue being is how not to load a row when a certain value appears in that column's row.
For example, there are 2 rows displayed in a html table:
When any value in column 2 equals Row2Column2, I do not want to display the row. So in this case only values in row 1 are displayed.
In the following for example I do not want to display row 2 that has the value Row2Column6.
Thanks for your advice.
but there is a null reference error when referring to the table, most probably the table reference does not exist anymore.
For example I used the following code with the <body onload="loaded(inbox)">
Thanks for your help!
I have fixed the logic with the loop as you have mentioned.
But I am still wondering how to delete the row(s) when the value is found in the row.
I realised that the row is not being deleted from the browser when the value is being found.
That is using the onload event is being run after the page is browser page loaded and so the row cannot be deleted from the browser.
Is my understanding correct, if it is, is there a way to delete the row from the table before or during it is been generated for display.