wpDataTables Lite - Version 1.2.1

Version Description

  • Compatibility with WP 4.7 approved
  • Problem with PHPExcel components resolved
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Developer wpDataTables
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Version 1.2.1
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Code changes from version 1.2 to 1.2.1

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  1. controllers/wdt_functions.php +5 -1
  2. readme.txt +151 -0
  3. wpdatatables.php +2 -2
controllers/wdt_functions.php CHANGED
@@ -315,7 +315,11 @@ function wdt_get_table_by_id( $table_id ){
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WHERE id={$table_id}";
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$data = $wpdb->get_row( $query, ARRAY_A );
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$data['content'] = stripslashes($data['content']);
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- $data['title'] = stripslashes($data['title']);
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if( !empty( $data['tabletools_config'] ) ){
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$data['tabletools_config'] = unserialize( $data['tabletools_config'] );
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}else{
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WHERE id={$table_id}";
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$data = $wpdb->get_row( $query, ARRAY_A );
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$data['content'] = stripslashes($data['content']);
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+ if( isset($data['title'] ) ) {
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+ $data['title'] = stripslashes($data['title']);
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+ } else {
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+ $data['title'] = '';
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+ }
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if( !empty( $data['tabletools_config'] ) ){
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$data['tabletools_config'] = unserialize( $data['tabletools_config'] );
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}else{
readme.txt ADDED
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+ === wpDataTables Lite ===
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+ Contributors: wpDataTables
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+ Author URI: http://tms-plugins.com/
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+ Plugin URI: http://wpdatatables.com/
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+ Tags: tables, wpdatatables, tables from excel, tables from CSV, datatables
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+ Requires at least: 3.0.1
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+ Tested up to: 4.7
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+ Stable tag: 1.2.1
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+ License: GPLv2 or later
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+ License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html
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+
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+ This plugin allows you to create interactive sortable tables on your site based on a number of input sources - Excel, CSV, XML, JSON, PHP array.
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+
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+ == Description ==
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+
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+ wpDataTables Lite is a basic version of a well-known premium table creator plugin. While some of premium features are cut, wpDataTables is still quite a handy tool which would allow you to quickly create interactive tables from a number of sources:
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+ * Excel - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/creating-wpdatatables-from-existing-data-sources/creating-wpdatatables-from-excel-video/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/creating-wpdatatables/creating-wpdatatables-from-excel/)
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+ * CSV - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/creating-wpdatatables-from-existing-data-sources/creating-wpdatatables-from-csv-video/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/creating-wpdatatables/creating-wpdatatables-from-csv/)
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+ * JSON - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/creating-wpdatatables-from-existing-data-sources/creating-wpdatatables-from-json-input-video/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/creating-wpdatatables/creating-wpdatatables-from-json-input/)
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+ * XML - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/creating-wpdatatables-from-existing-data-sources/creating-wpdatatables-from-xml/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/creating-wpdatatables/creating-wpdatatables-from-xml/)
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+ * Serialized PHP array - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/creating-wpdatatables-from-existing-data-sources/creating-wpdatatables-from-serialized-php-arrays/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/creating-wpdatatables/creating-wpdatatables-from-serialized-php-array/)
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+
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+ Tables are created in several very basic steps:
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+
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+ 1. You prepare the data source (for example the CSV file)
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+ 2. You create a new wpDataTable in the WP-admin panel and upload your file
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+ 3. You optionally configure the columns of the table (rename, reorder, hide, change colors)
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+ 4. Paste the generated shortcode in your post or page (you can also use the TinyMCE button that plugin adds)
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+ All tables will become sortable and will have pagination by default.
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+ Additionally, each table will have a search bar, and can have "Copy to Clipboard", "Export to CSV", "Export to PDF", "Export to XLS" functions.
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+ Following column types are supported (most column types, except the images, have its own sorting rules):
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+
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+ * String - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/string-columns/)
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+ * Integer - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/integer-columns/)
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+ * Float - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/float-columns/)
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+ * Date - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/date-columns/)
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+ * DateTime - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/datetime-columns/)
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+ * Time - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/time-columns/)
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+ * Image - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/image-columns/)
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+ * URL link - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/url-link-columns/)
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+ * E-mail link - [Video tutorial](http://wpdatatables.com/video-course/column-types-and-features/column-types/) - [Text documentation](http://wpdatatables.com/documentation/column-features/e-mail-link-columns/)
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+ Please note some limitations of the Lite version:
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+ 1. Plugin will allow only tables up to 150 rows.
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+ 2. MySQL-query based tables supprt is not included.
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+ 3. Server-side processing for large tables is not included.
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+ 4. Responsive mode for the tables is not included.
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+ 5. Front-end editing is not included.
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+ 6. Excel-like editing is not included
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+ 7. Google Charts and HighCharts are not included.
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+ 8. Table Constructor Wizard (step-by-step table generator) is not included.
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+ 9. Access to our premium support system is not included.
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+ You can get all of these features by purchasing the full version on plugin's site.
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+ Please note that plugin requires PHP 5.4 or newer!
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+
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+ == Installation ==
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+ Installation of the plugin is really simple.
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+ 1. Upload the extracted plugin folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory of your WordPress installation, or upload it directly from your plugins section in the WordPress admin panel.
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+ 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
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+ 3. That's it!
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+
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+ == Frequently Asked Questions ==
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+ = I added a table but see no sorting, filtering or pagination =
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+ Usually this happens when PHP version older then 5.4 is installed. Please first check this, and upgrade to PHP 5.4 - 5.6 if that's the issue.
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+ = How to hide “Showing X of X entries” in pagination? =
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+ The easiest way to do this is to put this CSS block somewhere in your theme’s CSS file, or in inline CSS:
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+ div.dataTables_info { display: none !important; }
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+ If you wish to apply this code to all of your wpDataTables tables, you can put it in “Custom wpDataTables CSS” text area on wpDataTables Settings page,
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+ or if you wish to apply it only on specific pages, you can put it in between style tags in for example html editor bellow tables short codes. E.g.
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+ <style>
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+ div.dataTables_info { display: none !important; }
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+ </style>
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+
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+ = How to disable opening links in a popup? =
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+ File that is responsible for rendering link columns is /source/class.link.wpdatacolumn.php
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+ By opening that file you can see code for creating html anchor element with attribute “target=’_blank'”.
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+ By changing ‘_blank’ value to ‘_self’ will cause link to open in same page instead of new window.
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+ = How to hide “Show X entries” block from pagination? =
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+ The easiest way to do this is to put this CSS block somewhere in your theme’s CSS file, or in inline CSS:
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+ div.dataTables_length { display: none !important; }
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+ If you wish to apply this code to all of your wpDataTables tables, you can put it in “Custom wpDataTables CSS” text area on wpDataTables Settings page,
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+ or if you wish to apply it only on specific pages, you can put it in between style tags in for example html editor bellow tables short codes. E.g.
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+
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+ <style>
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+ div.dataTables_length { display: none !important; }
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+ </style>
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+ = Adding text before/after column values without affecting sorting =
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+ In wpDataTables table edit page in section ” Optional column setup”, for every table column there are text fields “Display text before” and “Display text after”.
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+ Values from those text fields will be used for adding text before or/and after every cell content in a column.
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+ This feature uses css for displaying entered text, therefore sorting of the columns will not be affected.
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+ = How to change display date format of a date column? =
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+ Display date format of a date column can be changed in wpDataTables Settings page from “Date format” drop-down menu.
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+ = How to change thousand and decimal separators for number columns? =
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+ This can be changed from “Number format” drop-down menu in the wpDataTables Settings page.
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+ == Screenshots ==
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+ 1. Front-end table preview.
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+ 2. Back-end table editor preview.
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+ 3. Table preview from the back-end
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+ 4. Table browser example
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+ == Changelog ==
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+ = 1.2.1 =
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+ * Compatibility with WP 4.7 approved
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+ * Problem with PHPExcel components resolved
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+ = 1.2 =
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+ * DateTime column type added
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+ * Time column type added
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+ * Extended multisite support
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+ * Improved Settings page
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+ * Compatibility with WP 4.6.1 approved
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+ * Numerous bugfixes
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+ = 1.1 =
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+ * Migrated Table Tools to use HTML5 instead of Adobe Flash
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+ * Advanced settings for configuring Table Tools (individually per button)
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+ * Wide tables can be configured to be horizontally scrollable
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+ * Upgraded used libraries
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+ * Compatibility with WP 4.5.2 approved
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+ * Numerous bugfixes
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+ = 1.0 =
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+ * Launch of the Lite version
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wpdatatables.php CHANGED
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<?php
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/**
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* @package wpDataTables
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- * @version 1.7
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*/
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/*
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Plugin Name: wpDataTables
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Plugin URI: http://tms-plugins.com
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Description: Add interactive tables easily from any input source
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- Version: Lite 1.2
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Author: TMS-Plugins
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Author URI: http://tms-plugins.com
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Text Domain: wpdatatables
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<?php
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/**
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* @package wpDataTables
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+ * @version lite
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*/
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/*
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Plugin Name: wpDataTables
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Plugin URI: http://tms-plugins.com
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Description: Add interactive tables easily from any input source
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+ Version: Lite 1.2.1
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Author: TMS-Plugins
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Author URI: http://tms-plugins.com
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Text Domain: wpdatatables