Google Spreadsheet documents can be read by Tabulizer and it's an ideal solution if you have more than one collaborators that are working on the same document. As you can publish the Google spreadsheet document as CSV, you can define a data source that will link the document to a table and everytime the document is updated that linked table will be updated as well.
One the most frequently asked questions is how one can change the label for the search filter. This can be done easily by editing the appropriate language file. More specifically:
Column filtering allows to add search filters that are column specific. So, instead of searching for whole table, each filter will be applicable to the corresponding column data. In this article we discuss one aspect of using these filters that has to do with their position in the table.
In this article we discuss some issues that arise when you want to add scrolling to your table. Generally speaking, scrolling is useful when the "container area" is smaller than the "content area". In such cases the scrollbars allow you to view the part of the content that "overflows", as shown in the images below:
One frequently asked question is how to add header rows to a table that is produced by a database query.
for instance, let's assume that you want to display a list of articles with the following query:
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