I have made a few changes that helped me implement.

DATATABLE-COLUMN-FILTER: assets/js/king-table.js

The example used defines the number of columns in the table to 5. I have updated to add filtering on any number of columns in the table:

/* column filters */
if( $('.datatable-column-filter').length > 0 ) {

var dtTable = $('.datatable-column-filter').DataTable({ // use DataTable, not dataTable
sDom: // redefine sDom without lengthChange and default search box

var cols = dtTable.columns().header().length;

var tr = document.createElement("tr");
tr.className = "row-filter";

for (i = 0; i < cols; i++) {

var th = document.createElement("th");

var inpt = document.createElement("input");
inpt.type = "text";
inpt.className = "form-control input-sm";




$('.datatable-column-filter thead').append(tr);

MAIN NAVIGATION: assets/js/king-common.js

I replaced $('.main-menu .js-sub-menu-toggle').on('click', function(e){
with $(document).on('click', '.main-menu .js-sub-menu-toggle', function(e){

I have updated this because I add elements to the main-menu via DOM on document.ready, the supplied example doesn't work because the side-bar has already been rendered and when you click on the menu items nothing happens, this fixes that.

$(document).on('click', '.main-menu .js-sub-menu-toggle', function(e){


$li = $(this).parent('li');
if( !$li.hasClass('active')){
$li.find(' > a .toggle-icon').removeClass('fa-angle-left').addClass('fa-angle-down');
else {
$li.find(' > a .toggle-icon').removeClass('fa-angle-down').addClass('fa-angle-left');
Problem with DATATABLE-COLUMN-FILTER in my updated example, if you use colspan on any row then you will receive the error message "DataTables warning: table id=DataTables_Table_0 - Requested unknown parameter '1' for row 2. For more information about this error, please see http://datatables.net/tn/4".

Because I do not use colspan I don't care, so FYI
I didn't include an example, but you can put colspan and rowspan outside of tbody and thead and it will work, however, it may not be the fix all that you need.
good afternoon, I'm implementing the bar chart that has in the examples but when I put the same code exactly javascript the code does not stick with multiple bars, the graphic gets with a single bars with the three information..because I'm using the code exactly How are you in the sample? Please help me.

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