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  • Resolved Thomas Griffin


    I’ve just recently discovered this plugin and I absolutely love it! So props to whoever made it 🙂 It makes my life so much easier.

    There is one downfall that I see, however, and that is the fact that I can’t find anywhere where I can add CSS classes to specific columns and/or rows (and combinations of the two). Is there any way to accomplish this?

    Sorry if I missed it, but I couldn’t find it myself.


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  • Nevermind, I found a way to do it..but it requires so much coding lol. Maybe in a future update add a way to dynamically add classes to specific columns and rows?

    Ok I did run into a problem. Here it is:

    Instead of using images, I am trying to use background images for each element that needs an image. Background images won’t be so rough on the load time for the page that has my table. However, when I use background images, the whole element background turns gray. I’m not sure why it does this, and not sure how to fix it. Here is an example of what is in my CSS:

    .custom #content .wp-table-reloaded tr.row-2 td.column-2, .custom #content .wp-table-reloaded tr.row-2 td.column-3, .custom #content .wp-table-reloaded tr.row-2 td.column-4 { background: transparent url('images/checkyes.png') no-repeat center center; }

    Any ideas what is up?

    Nevermind again..didn’t realize transparency would render the boxes gray!

    Sometimes I just need to blurt out my questions to answer them myself 🙂

    Thanks for making this awesome plugin!

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