I am unable to set the default sort by method in datatables column. i want to set default sort desc for the particular column. Even though database query returning in correct order. this theme make that result sort by asc by default. how to fix this issue? Kindly help me.
But there is a fundamental misunderstanding of CSS technology here. The entire theme is ID-based fuckery, with the same class having multiple, differing, conditional styles that don't play together nicely.
I've found this theme to not embrace Bootstrap and directly contradict design paradigms set forth by CSS itself -- e.g. cascading styles, semantic structure, and a small reusable vocabulary. Instead, everything is one-off, purpose-built, and difficult to work with in practice.
I really like the way it all looks but I feel the same way as you now I have this design in my posession
"Duplicate data property in object literal not allowed in strict mode"
I wish to know how you did it..
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.1.x|
|Tags:||admin, dashboard, rails, responsive, theme, webapp|
|Released:||3 years ago|
|Updated:||3 years ago|
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