August 29, 2016 Give has several tables to display important donor information. Some are very wide which can be problematic on mobile devices. Wouldn’t it be great if your tables were responsive? What if I told you that I didn’t have to know a single line of code to make that happen? Screen Capture on 2016-08-26 at 18-02-22.gif The wizardry you see there happened in about 3 minutes using a great little plugin called “Automatic Responsive Tables” by Andrew Rockwell of RockwellGrowth.com Let’s pause here and appreciate the fact that WordPress (as an ecosystem) is amazing. Folks like Andrew freely offering their expertise and code to your website should have cost you lots of money or time. But he volunteers it to you — for free! What I’m saying is, support developers of free plugins you see on the WordPress Repo. With that out of the way, let’s hop in to see how I configured Automatic Responsive Tables (ART) to work alongside Give. Configuring Automatic Responsive Tables Upon installing and activating ART, I navigated to the “Settings” page by clicking the link on the plugin page. It’s also found as a sub-menu item under
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