Thanks much for creating and supporting TablePress. I think it is by far the most feature rich and best supported WordPress plugin for displaying table data.
I was in the back end viewing a table that had a column with no data in it. I clicked in the top cell of that column intending to delete the column and I’m not sure what I did next but all of the rows and columns disappeared. Ever since then whenever I click “edit” on this or the other table that is uploaded, the only thing I see is the table preferences – no rows and columns. All of the data is there (it displays fine on the front end pages) but I can no longer edit the rows and columns in the back end as I can’t see them.
Here is what I have tried:
1. Everything listed in the first forum post “…before asking for support…” There are no errors in the Java console (just a lot of warnings – not sure if that is significant), nothing displays in debug mode, the problem persists with all other plugins deactivated and switched to default theme, etc.
2. Uploaded a new copy of the table mentioned above but with the empty column not included to replace the existing one.
3. Deactivated and reactivated TablePress plugins.
4. Removed all custom CSS
Any idea what I might need to do?
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