Support » Plugin: Inline Google Spreadsheet Viewer » Did you change your PHP code to complies with DataTables standards??

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  • Plugin Author Meitar

    (@meitar)

    The thread you linked suggests that whatever you had was resolved by adding an explicit width to your table. Maybe do that?

    Yes. It means that in your PHP code, the <table> tag must have width set to 100%. Example:

    <table style=”width:100%;”

    Plugin Author Meitar

    (@meitar)

    🙄 The style attribute is one you can add to your shortcode.

    aldemarcalazans

    (@aldemarcalazans)

    Do not let the responsibility of setting this parameter on WordPress users hand: they do not know that the lack of responsiveness of their tables, is due this missing setting!

    Plugin Author Meitar

    (@meitar)

    Not all tables should be set to 100% width. If you want or need a 100% width table, then it is your responsibility to set it.

    Please stop commenting. I am not going to do what you suggest because it is a bad idea.

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