Create, manage and design tables without writing html code. Paging, sorting, filtering, searching and more options.
Table entry is one area where WordPress does not really offer any built-in support or features. This plugin does the job nicely. I figured out how to put a link into a table entry. Use html code ... okay, it's not rocket science but it might be useful to put that into your FAQ for users not over-familiar with html. It also took me a while to find out that the /1 has to be replaced by your table name in order for it to appear. Again, maybe put this in the FAQ or put it somewhere more noticeable. Finally, I struggled for a while with how to edit a table after a post has been published given that the table code does not appear in the post. However, I figured it out after a while. This too might usefully go in a FAQ.
Overall, I'm really glad I found this plugin and I'm really pleased with it. The only reason I've given a 4-star rather than 5-star rating is that it took me quite a while to figure out the three things I mentioned above.
Two days working in a table with 200 rows and then all of sudden after saving, all the rows became unordered (data from other rows in wrong rows etc) and I started to loss data gradually, with each saving. And no, I didn't have backup. I lost the work of two days, I'm quite pissed off and I wouldn't recommend this plugin for managing a considerable number of rows.
Hi! Great work!
Please change the mysql table charset to utf8.
As a developer, it's always difficult to write complex tables and then hand it off to a client who has no idea how to edit table code. This plug allows for them to easily make edits including adding or subtracting rows and columns as well as resorting them easily. A simple short code goes into the page where you want the table to be. In addition, you can paginate the table and there's even a search box that searches the table and brings back only the rows that match the search criteria. Finally, you can click the header cells to resort the table rows by the column of the header you clicked. I'm sure I'm leaving something out, but I'm really excited to start using this on client sites.
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