Tabulizer allows to use any sort of HTML code for your table cells, including the code to generate a lighbox for a picture or a YouTube video. The two approaches to do that are discussed in this article.
In this article we discuss the use of the proxy script in order to access tables stored in a remote or local PostgreSQL database. This is particually useful for Wordpress users where built-in support for PostgreSQL is not available.
As discussed in other articles, it's possible to filter the table rows in order to show only those related to the currently logged in user. In some cases the most appropriate method is to use the modification function filterbyparam which is presented in this tutorial.
Sometimes, even though you have set the column width to a fixed value (e.g. 50px) or a percentage value (e.g. 20%) the resulting width looks larger than the specified one.
Data sources link data tables inserted into your Joomla/Wordpress site with their source (e.g. an Excel file). One way to improve the loading time of the resulting table is to enable the data source cache. Using this option, once the cache is populated with the source data, all subsequent requests for data will be served from the cache, instead of the actual source.
Google documents is a great way store online data organized as a regular Excel sheet. One the provided features is the option to publish one or more sheets as a CSV file that will be consumed later on by Tabulizer.
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