Support » Plugin: Inline Google Spreadsheet Viewer » header_rows=”0″ still has 1 header row?

  • Resolved capvet

    (@capvet)


    I’m working with this plugin to fill out some tables of data, and was having a bunch of trouble with the theme formatting the first row differently than the rest. I’ve overridden most of the CSS so that it displays the same.

    But I’m wondering if there’s a way to just disable the use of a header row entirely? I’ve added ‘header_rows=”0″‘ to my first table, but it still seems to be using th’s instead of td’s.

    Alternately, I’m wondering if there’s a way to pull over the header row from the google sheet, as the header row in my page. If you go to the link, there are 3 tables, the first is all the data, and would normally display the header row (last name, first name, etc.) but I’m using ‘strip=1’ on that one. But the lower tables are using query’s to sample subsets of data, but that also filters out the gsheet header row. Is there a way to maintain the header row within queried data?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • capvet

    (@capvet)

    I got the header row to show up with the csv_header line that has been mentioned a bunch.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Meitar

    (@meitar)

    Glad to hear you worked it out!

    capvet

    (@capvet)

    Well, I got the header row to work with the header row from the gsheet, but I still don’t know how to include a sheet with no header at all?

    did you ever manage to resolve this? I’m struggling with the same issue

    capvet

    (@capvet)

    Nope, never got an answer. . .

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