Widgets can be added to WP Data Access dashboards, front-end pages and external pages. Access needs to be granted before a widget can used. The following options are available for sharing widgets: Allow other users to add a widget to their dashboard Alow adding a...
Widgets can be shared on: WP Data Access dashboards Public Pages (using shortcodes) External Pages (using longcodes) Only admin users can share widgets.
A database widget allows you to access and check database info through your WordPress dashboard. This works for local and remote database.
Custom Code Widget
Custom code widgets allow plugin users to create widgets that are completely customizable. It requires the Code Manager to be installed. It basically executes a code block created with the Code Manager. With custom code widgets you can basically add any functionality...
Project widgets are based on Data Projects. A project widget requires Data Forms, which is a premium feature. Project widgets cannot be used with the free version since running a project with the free version requires a page load for each page action. This does not...
Publication widgets are based on publications created with Data Tables. These publications can only be shared on public pages using a shortcode. Publication widgets can also be shared: on the WordPress dashboard of admin and non-admin users on external pages
Each chart type needs its own data set. Data sets are created using SQL queries. Please check the hints available for each chart type and make sure your SQL query meets these requirements. Use the Query Builder to test your queries before you use them to create a...