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phpGrid Lite WordPress Plugin

Description

phpGrid Lite WordPress Plugin is based on phpGrid Lite, a free version of phpGrid. phpGrid is a simple and fully customizable PHP control for generating data-bound, AJAX, PHP datagrid.

Grid-based editing, create, read, update and delete (CRUD), are the most common operations for web developers. With phpGrid web-based data editing is easy. Even with little programming background, one can develop professional looking, AJAX-enabled PHP datagrids in just a few minutes.

phpGrid Supports all major relational databases.

Features List:

  • True cross-browser AJAX inline editing datagrid
  • Supports all HTML form controls
  • Integrated search toolbar
  • Master detail datagrid
  • Capable of displaying image
  • Web-based form and inline editing
  • MS Excel and HTML data export
  • User rights data access permission control
  • Customize look and feel through theme roller
  • Built-in record sort by any column
  • Fully supports all modern web browsers
  • Databases support: MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and more.
  • Handles large database record sets

Installation

  1. Upload php_grid_lite.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go phpGrid Lite menu on the left to create your first datagrid.

FAQ

How do I make an editable datagrid with the plugin?

The plugin is based on the phpGrid Lite edition which supports read-only datagrid. For editable datagrid visit http://phpgrid.com for the full version.

How do I connect to database?

Visit Settings Page to set database connection properties.

  • host name
  • database name
  • database username
  • database password
  • database type
  • charset
  • server root

What is SERVER ROOT in Database Connection Setting in the setting page?

SERVER_ROOT, formerly known as ABS_PATH, represents the absolute URL to the phpGrid library folder on the web server. This value tells your script where to find phpGrid library on the web server.

For instance, if the URL to get to the phpGrid is http://www.yoursite.com/phpGrid, or http://localhost/phpGrid, the SERVER_ROOT should be “/phpGrid” (must include the leading forward slash character “/”);

if the URL to phpGrid is http://www.yoursite.com/admin/phpGrid, or http://localhost/admin/phpGrid, the SERVER_ROOT should be “/admin/phpGrid“,

and so forth.

For more details, please visit http://phpgrid.com/documentation/installation/

I just need to create simple table.

If you need to create dynamic, database-drive table in WordPress rather than a static table, this plugin for you. Otherwise, you should use plugin such as Table Reloaded, to create static tables.

Contributors & Developers

“phpGrid Lite WordPress Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

1.2

  • Updated to phpGrid Lite 4.5
  • Database connection settings has been moved to setting page.

1.1

  • Ability to create and manage multiple grids.
  • Minor bug fix.

1.0

  • Stable release version based on phpGrid Lite version 4.3