Support » Plugin: Data Tables Generator by Supsystic » Near perfect but still give it 5 stars as it is free

  • channelmaster101

    (@channelmaster101)


    It’s too good being a free plugin.
    One minor issue: the check mark ✔️ symbols are not shown properly/consistently in table.
    Thank you to the development team.

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  • Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello, @channelmaster101

    Thank you for your feedback, we really appreciate your attention for Data Tables Generator plugin.
    Also, can you specify, what kind of issue do you have with check mark symbol?
    I just copied it from your message to the table cell and here is the result: http://prntscr.com/ksmg3d – as you can see, it’s displaying properly on frontend.

    channelmaster101

    (@channelmaster101)

    Hi supsystic,

    Thanks for responding. Actually, I want to use the green check mark symbol not that black one. Though it is shown consistently in the frontend but it is not what I want and it isn’t shown consistently in the backend.

    Backend
    https://prntscr.com/ku2km1

    Frontend
    https://www.channelmaster.com.au/comparision/

    Channelmaster admin

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello,
    Unfortunately it doesn’t depend on our plugin. Please, take a look on this screenshot: http://prntscr.com/ku9sod – I simply added green arrows in default WordPress Text editor. As you can see there arrows are green.
    But on frontend they are starting to display in black and white: http://prntscr.com/ku9ryk.

    channelmaster101

    (@channelmaster101)

    Thank you for your response. So, how can I show the green check marks in your table on the front end?

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello, @channelmaster101
    I googled an answer for your question, but looks like it’s not simple to change symbols color in WordPress. I think you should ask this question on General WordPress forums.
    As a solution I can propose you to use “white heavy check mark” via this decimal code: It looks like white check symbol on the green background.

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