This plugin allows you to quickly create an Excel-like, editable spreadsheet with basic cell formatting and math functions support.
The dhtmlx spreadsheet doesn't have a UI to generate or administer spreadsheets. Instead you need to need to add a shortcode for a spreadsheet in a post, save the post and view the draft/published page (while loggeed in as an site administrator) to actually edit the spreadsheet.
So in terms of ease of use, it's not for everyone. In terms of advanced spreadsheet features, the developer's web site has generic documentation, but not specifically for the wordpress plugin.
By default the spreadsheet has 50 rows and 26 columns and a ghastly set of text and background colours. I want to change those settings but through the current documentation I can't work out how.
If the developer added an administrator UI which listed saved spreadsheets and allowed spreadsheet settings to be changed then I'd rate it 5 stars. Unfortunately as it is, I can only give it 2.
how you hide index column in spreadsheet? If I want to hide one column what should i do? help me.....
Very simple Excel-like spreadsheet functionality. The inability to shift data (add rows/columns) or sort in any way severely limits the organizational capabilities of the plugin, but it's hard to complain when you can use this collaboratively AND can export the data to Excel. Looking forward to seeing where this plugin goes!!
After installation through wordpress I got a white screen upon activation. The Plugin seems to be incompatible with WordPress 3.5.1.
Too bad, I was looking forward to using a spreadsheet on my page!
Just wonder if I can use it to connect, import and export to the WP database ;-)
Simple but effective plugin, good support
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