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Creating Tables

Tables can be a powerful and easy way to arrange and display certain types of information. This is generally used for rendering data that belongs naturally in a grid, in other words where the data describes a number of objects that have the same properties.

Tables are defined with the <table> tag which is divided into rows, with the <tr> tags and each row is divided into cells, with the <td> tag.

This looks something like this in your HTML code:

<table border="1" width="50%">
    <tbody>
        <tr>
            <td>
                row 1, cell 1</td>
            <td>
                row 1, cell 2</td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
</table>

Which would give you this when outputted in the editor's WYSIWYG view.

row 1, cell 1 row 1, cell 2

Creating tables

To create a table:

1. Click on the 'Table'‎ icon.

  1. Select your rows and columns from the grid.
  2. Click on the grid to insert the table.

Editing tables

You may want to tweek or re-edit the table, if so you can do this by selecting the table element. Generally the easiest way of doing this is to:

  1. Click on the table.
  2. Select 'table' from the element path inspector, please see below:
   
  1. Right click on the table.
  2. Select an action like ‘Table Properties’ from the menu.   

NOTE: You can also use this method to edit the table ‘tr’ and ‘td’ elements which will allow you to: add, edit and delete your table cells, rows and columns.

Now the 'Table Properties' window will pop up which is where you can customise some of the table’s settings.

  1. You can set the width and height of the table (Note: If your layout is responsive you may want to set it to 100%). You can align the table and add your 'caption' (which will add a header to the table).
  2. Click on 'OK' to apply your changes to the table.
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