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  • Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hello there.

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    Master-Detail is a premium add-on (it’s not free), so we cannot provide support for it through this forum.

    Per wordpress.org rules, we can only provide support for wpDataTables Lite. We’d love to help you out, however, through our official support platform, so please open a ticket there, and our support agents will gladly help!

    Kind regards!

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Thank you @chcw !

    We do our best to keep our customers happy!

    If you need any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hello there.

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    The server-side processing is available only for manual, SQL query-based, and imported tables, none of which are included in wpDataTables Lite. At the moment, you’re using tables linked to an existing data source, that work correctly with sources that have around 2.000 – 3.000 rows (there’s no exact limit, but eventually, the table will break, because it loads the entire table on the front-end), while in your table you have 3.425 entries, so the table is already near the limit, and if it continues to grow, it’s only a matter of time before it breaks. At the moment, it’s only loading slower, but once it loads, page switching and search are working instantaneously.

    The entries 5, 6, etc are included in the table but are starting to show from page 38 of the table. This tells us that you maybe have entries in the “Error Code” column, that include other symbols other than numbers (integer or float), and the plugin can’t generate them because the column type is set to Integer.

    For the table to load faster, you would need to use server-side processing, which is only available in the full version of the plugin.

    If you have specific questions about the full version, or if you need further assistance with the plugin, please reach out to us through our official support platform, by opening a pre-purchase ticket.

    Kind regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hello there.

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    You can add a placeholder as a predefined filtering value to a column (in column settings). For example, you can add %VAR1% as a predefined filtering value. Then, change the shortcode to [wpdatatable id=1 var1=car] and the column that has %VAR1% as a predefined value will be filtered per “Car”.

    Server-side tables pull only the values that are displayed on the first page of the table using admin-ajax calls, and only that is crawlable by search engines. Non-server-side tables (tables linked to existing sources) pull the entire table on the page, and split it into pages using JavaScript – those tables can be searched for in their entirety, but the bigger those tables are, slower the page will be.

    Kind regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi freelancejose,

    You are welcome.

    We are glad that our suggestion will help you out.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi keithdukella,

    We didn’t receive feedback for a while, so we suppose that our suggestion help you out, so we will mark it as resolved.

    Thank you for understanding

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi kbrazni,

    We didn’t receive feedback for a while, so we suppose that you find what cause the issue, so we will mark it as resolved.

    Thank you for understanding

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi freelancejose,

    Than you for your interest in wpDataTables integration.

    By default you are able to filter table with options on Forminator settings tab in table settings:

    1) Filter by entry ID range – Two input fields (“From” and “To”) are shown in this section. If you define some values in these number input fields, wpDataTable rows will be updated according to the selected range.

    2) Filter by date range – If you select this option, two input fields (“From” and “To”) will be displayed right to the Filter by date select box. By defining some date values in these datetimepicker input fields, wpDataTable rows will be narrowed down according to the provided date range.

    3) Filter by last X time period – When this option is selected, the Filter by date select box will display two input fields. In the first one, you can define a number (e.g., 30), and in the second one, you can choose between (Day(s), Week(s), Month(s), and Year(s)). By selecting, e.g., “30 Day(s)” you will filter and display in the wpDataTable only the entries added in the last 30 days in the Forminator Form used as a data source for this wpDataTable.

    To filter data by logged in user, yes you are able to make it, but with any Forminator version (PRO or FREE) and only wpDataTables Premium version not Lite(that does not contain filters and placeholders)

    Instructions how to do that.

    First you will create form that contain hidden field and for Default Value you will choose one of the options ( User ID, User Email or User Login)

    Then when user fill the data those hidden filed will be filled with their user data (please note that if this form will be available for public use, those fields will be empty)

    Then when you have data from your users then you are able to create table from that form and to setup dynamic Predefined values for filters for that hidden column.

    You will open column settings for that hidden filed and then on Filters tab you will find Predefined value input where you will insert one of the dynamic placeholders depends what you choose as Default Value in form settings.
    If you set User id then you will insert placeholder %CURRENT_USER_ID%, if you choose User Email then you will use placeholder %CURRENT_USER_EMAIL% or if you choose User Login then you will use placeholder %CURRENT_USER_LOGIN%
    Please note that Filter type need to be set on Text to be able to use Placeholders.
    Checkout example for %CURRENT_USER_ID% https://ibb.co/Wy9f81S

    Then you can remove this column from front-end by turning off option Visible on front-end on Display tab in column settings. Check example https://ibb.co/2svdGhx

    Like this User id column will not be visible on front-end and data will be dynamically filter with id of currently logged in user.

    If this page is accessible for non logged users, table will be empty.

    Sorry for being so detail, but we just want to make this easier to setup if you decide to use it.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi davidjamelang,

    Thank you for your interest in wpDataTables.

    It is all right, we are glad that you find solution for your issue.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi romain-d,

    You are welcome.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi romain-d,

    Thank you for your interest in wpDataTables.

    Unfortunately that is not possible with built in features of plugin, but if you need some custom solution you can check our documentation about wpDataCharts callbacks.

    Every chart exposes several options that customize its look and feel. Charts usually support custom options appropriate to that visualization. wpDataChart callbacks allow adding options that are available in Google Charts API( Highcharts and Chart.js are not available in Lite version)

    All necessary resources are available in charts engines API (depends on which one you use). Every engine has a different approach to chart settings. In wpDataChart callbacks, you have to adopt those settings to the wpDataChart object (you can take a look at examples for each engine in our documentation, and also in the Support help center).

    A huge number of examples for any area of programming can be found on stackoverflow.com (typing your problem in google and at the end add “site: stackoverflow.com” and Google will search only that website)(typing in google for example “tick intervals google charts​ site: stackoverflow.com​”)

    Please note that using hooks, wpDataTable callbabacks or wpDataChart callbacks requires a certain level of programming skills and included support refers only to advice.

    Thank you for understanding.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi jhawran,

    You are welcome.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi menhadi,

    Yes, like I said you will need to update column “content” in wp_wpdatatables table in database (wp_ is standard database prefix in WordPress maybe in your case is something else) for that table id with absolute path of the file and you will be able to access that table again.

    If you are not sure how to get absolute path then you can create new table with that new CSV URL and then check in database column content in wp_wpdatatables table and copy it for table id that you need or see structure of that path for other tables if you need to change it manually without coping.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi jhawran,
    Sorry for inconvenience,

    I believe that is related with name of the column for PayPal. Now it is not allowed to column headers be empty.

    When we check your table on link we can see that PayPal column have name “3” https://ibb.co/svWR7qT

    So we suppose that you create this table early and that this column do not have column header in the file(first cell in that column was empty).

    Can you please check this in your old and new file?

    Based on name in image that we provide you will need to call that PayPal column with 3 and should be working fine.

    Let me know.

    Best regards.

    Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hi menhadi,

    Thank you for your interest in wpDataTables.

    After deleting source from which is created table it is not possible to access to created table anymore. That table is not deleted it just can not be access it.

    If you have new file(with same structure as deleted one) you can access the table again but you will need to update content column in wp_wpdatatables table in database for that table id with absolute path of the file and you will be able to access that table again.
    Please note that new file need to have same column headers and same number of columns as deleted one.

    Best regards.

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