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  • #2334

    Webfreelance
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    Hi,

     

    I would like to know if  the data populated on the pages required by the plugin EG: profile, register…are structured in tables?

    Does the pro version use div's as it becomes a nightmare working with tables; It's outdated code and makes using the plugin on a responsive layout almost impossible.

    do you have a responsive solution to this plugin? Id be happy to pay for a plugin that works.

    Thanks

    #2345

    Tareq Hasan
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    If you are asking if the data stored in a separate database table, then the answer is NO. The posts and profile fields are stored in standard WordPress tables as post type or user/post meta.

    If you are asking if the generated form uses HTML tables to show, the answer is NO. It uses unordered list to generate the form, so it could be responsive if the theme supports. Only the user dashboard list is generated with HTML table.

    #2347

    Webfreelance
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    Thank you for the reply.
    When i setup the plugin on my site and create the relevant pages and then view those pages, the information seems to be in tables not divs.

    However why would the user dashboard be coded in tables and not  div's? tables are non responsive. which means that the plugin essentially can be responsive but without the use of the user dashboard which is pointless.

    What would need to be changed in order for this to work? do the Ul's have defined widths or is it dynamically sized according to the content?

    #2349

    Webfreelance
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    Oops, tables are responsive if max-width is used.

    #2350

    Tareq Hasan
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    I guess you answered it by yourself.

    #2352

    Webfreelance
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    “I guess you answered it by yourself.”

    That tables are responsive if max width is used?

    #2353

    Tareq Hasan
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    You can use this technique.

    #2356

    Webfreelance
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    Yes i have seen a few of those examples; however it isn't integrated into your plugin. Would this be a possibility in a future release?

    The amount of work i would to do to rewrite the plugin to support responsive tables would be a lot; especially since i am not familiar with the plugins code structure and hooks.

    #2357

    Tareq Hasan
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    It might be in future.

    I don't think its a massive amount of work. All you need to include the JS and CSS in your theme from the link I gave. Then you just need to add a CSS class to the dashboard table, done!

    #2360

    Webfreelance
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    Ok, il give it a go and see what happens. thanks

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