Users datatable

I remade the Users Datatable. now v1.0

This will basically add a datatable that would include all your users on your users page.

This will enable you to filter and search users by different parameters (role/email/name) - to make it easier to manage and view your users. The installation is super easy at the moment, and just requires unzipping in the right folders.

To do list

  • Customize which fields to show in table.
  • Add mass actions on users.

you mean this plugin saves all your client users in a database?, or what did i understand wrong

it just shows displays them in a datatable. so it’s easy to filter them on screen (for example).

updated first post. making this easier to use.

link to github is dead.

should be this

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Thanks for the comment bnomei, I let my brother mess with my github (hes learning how to program! proud!) and apparently he messed things up. updated the link. I hope you find the plugin useful!

Any idea how to integrate this into a content page. I would like to use a datatable from this script in

With a content page this using markdown like.

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You should go to the datatable site - and follow their instructions on how to use…

Has anybody done this before with kirby and kirby content pages with markdown? Any suggestions?

It should work out of the box as long as you don’t need to use different options on different tables, actually. Does it not? I’ve used datatables but not with tables from a content field.

I read the read me file. I’ve included some screenshots. I installed the plugin but it didn’t seem to work.

Datatable unaffected.

I downloaded the folder kirby-userdatable-plugin1-master

is that wrong?

The Kirby plugin does not make sense, all you need is the datatables javascript.

Has anybody had any luck with this in Kirby. I’ve been trying all kinds of stuff.

Like putting this in the footer and in header.

   var tableOne = $("#tableOne").dataTable();


I have included the scripts along with jquery.
I can get a jquery alert to popup as long as it’s before this script.

Also, I’ve tried just


I’ve included these files

 <script src=""></script>  
<script src=""></script>  
<script src="//">
</script>  <script src=""></script>

This worked in js fiddle. It looks like everything is loaded in Kirby like in Js fiddle. But then it just doesn’t work.

I was running another jquery include in the footer. That was causing a problem. It works now.