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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> <dt-example table-type="html-wide" table-class="display responsive nowrap" order="1"> <css lib="datatables responsive" /> <js lib="jquery datatables responsive"> <![CDATA[ $(document).ready(function() { $('#example').DataTable(); } ); ]]> </js> <title lib="Responsive">Class name</title> <info><![CDATA[ The easiest way to initialise the Responsive extension for DataTables is simply to add the class `-string responsive` to the table's class name. When the DataTable is initialised the Responsive extension will automatically enable itself on these tables. The may also use the class `dt-responsive` to perform the same action, since `responsive` may be used in your stylesheet, or may have some other meaning in a CSS framework being used (for example Bootstrap). ]]></info> </dt-example>