Individual Table Settings

Table Custom Class

Input Field: Use this field to add a custom CSS class to your table. This allows you to apply specific styles to your table by targeting the custom class in your stylesheet.

Example: my-custom-table


Options: Set the default order for the table data. You can choose between ascending (ASC) and descending (DESC) order.


  • ASC – Ascending order
  • DESC – Descending order

Order By

Options: Specify the column by which the table data should be ordered. This should match the column name or identifier used in your table data.

Example: Popularity, Price, Rating, Reviews Count, Title, Slug (URL), Date, Date Modified, Rand, ID, Author, Type, Parent, Relevance, None

Default: ID

Product per page

Checkbox: Define the number of products to display per page. This setting works in conjunction with the pagination feature to control how many rows of data appear on each page.

Default: 10

Show Pagination

Checkbox: Enable or disable pagination for your table. When enabled, the table will display a set number of rows per page and provide navigation to move between pages.

Default: Checked (enabled)

Show All to Cart Button

Checkbox: Enable or disable the “All to Cart” button. When enabled, this button allows users to add all items in the table to their cart with a single click.

Default: Checked (enabled)

Auto Mobile Responsive

Checkbox: Enable or disable automatic mobile responsiveness for your table. When enabled, the table will adjust its layout to be user-friendly on mobile devices.

Default: Unchecked (disable)

This documentation covers the basic settings for configuring your table plugin. Adjust these settings according to your needs to enhance the functionality and user experience of your tables. If you have any further questions or need additional help, please refer to our support resources.
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