• Most people nowadays use mobile phones and the lack of features related to the responsiveness of the tables is unfortunate.

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  • Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi @bringerllc,

    thanks for your feedback, I really appreciate it!

    The free version of TablePress offers horizontal scrolling for making tables responsive. You can turn that on by activating the corresponding checkbox in the “Table Features for Site Visitors” section on a table’s “Edit” screen.

    Even more modes for responsiveness, like stacking, flipping, or collapsing are available in the TablePress Premium versions. For examples, please see https://tablepress.org/modules/responsive-tables/

    Maybe that would be an option for you?

    Best wishes,
    Tobias

    You can not turn on that feature in site visitors if you have any merged cells. So that is a no go. Shame on you for not having mobile responsiveness built in.

    Plugin Author TobiasBg

    (@tobiasbg)

    Hi @eventermom,

    I only saw your reply in this thread now (I had only seen the one that you opened), and I’ll be happy to answer here as well, of course!

    That is (unfortunately) correct. While I would love to support these features for tables with merged cells, the frontend table features require a table without merged cells, as those are not compatible with the JavaScript code, for technical reasons. You would therefore indeed not be able to use the Horizontal Scrolling feature with that table.

    The Responsive Tables feature module does however contain a different implementation of horizontal scrolling, which also works with tables that do have merged cells, as that does not rely on JavaScript code.

    I hope this helps!

    Best wishes,
    Tobias

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