As I’ve said before: great plugin! It’s extremely versatile, allowing me to find use for it in a variety of scenarios. I’m using v1.7 with WordPress v2.9.2.
I’m hoping the author can help me with a few issues. The first is regardling encoded HTML entities. They don’t seem to be translated when they appear in a table. For example, this table should have checkmarks, but instead I see ✓
The second question is about column widths. The above table is produced with this code:
[table id=1 print_description=false first_row_th=true column_widths=”41%|41%|6%|6%|6%” use_tablesorter=false /]
If I change use_tablesorter to “true”, then the first, third, fourth, and fifth columns become wider and the second column shorter, resulting in undesired text wrapping:
Is there a way to prevent this?
Finally, I was trying to import a table by manually pasting in HTML to replace an existing table. It turns out I had some bad HTML in my code, which resulted in this error:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/kgagne/apl2bits/wp-content/plugins/wp-table-reloaded/controllers/controller-admin.php on line 905
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/kgagne/apl2bits/wp-content/plugins/wp-table-reloaded/controllers/controller-admin.php on line 907
Is that the expected behavior when submitting a badly formatted table?
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