Data Publisher free styling

This demo shows a responsive publication styled using the free Code Manager.

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Current active styles
  • WP-Data-Access-Data-Publisher-Color-Black
  • WP-Data-Access-Data-Publisher-Display-Wide
  • WP-Data-Access-Data-Publisher-Rounded-Corners-Small
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Publication Layout Panel
FirstnameLastnameEmailPhone NoAddressZipcodeCityCountyCountry
FirstnameLastnameEmailPhone NoAddressZipcodeCityCountyCountry

Shortcode arguments used for this demo

[wpdataaccess pub_id="2"]

4 Replies to “Data Publisher free styling”

  1. Hi,

    WP Data Access has been very helpful for me so far, thanks a lot for the effort!

    Just two things I haven’t figured out yet: Is there a way to modify the publication style, so that (a) the general search field will be wider, e.g. the entire width of the result table, not just the upper right corner, and (b) that the column search fields appear on top of the table and not below? I believe I read the whole documentation, but didn’t find any options for that. Or would there be other means?

    Unfortunately, I am quite inexperienced (but more than willing to learn).

    Many thanks,
    Sebastian

    1. Hi Sebastian,

      Welcome! You can style almost anything in your publication! 🙂

      Here is a page that might be helpful:
      https://wpdataaccess.com/docs/documentation/data-publisher/styling-a-publication/

      In a nutshell:
      – Use global styling to give all your publication the same layout
      – Use premium styling to style specific publications (easiest way)
      – Use the Code Manager to style specific publications (more work)
      – Use CSS to style specific or all publications (most work)

      Hope this helps,
      Peter

      1. Thank you Peter for your prompt reply.

        I guess, for my specific requirements (larger search field, column search fields on top of the table instead of below) I will have to go for CSS, as I haven’t found anything in the „easier“ solutions. Right? Will do so…

        Thanks again for all your effort,
        Sebastian

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