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Using Tables (v5)

Tables are an excellent way to format your pages neatly to create a more professional appearance. Learn about all of the different ways that you can use tables in this document.

Create a Table
Access the page to which you wish to add your table and click on the Table tool on the editor toolbar.
The Table Properties area will appear and allow you to define the parameters for the table. Click OK when finished to insert the table.


Edit Table Formatting
After your table is in place, the cells, rows and columns can be adjusted by right-clicking within the table and using the menu that appears. This will allow you to add or delete cells, columns and rows in the table.



 



Table Properties - Advanced
 
Id
Assign a CSS ID.
 
Language Direction
Defines the flow of the text.
 
Style
This is where the different styles applied (i.e. Width, height, padding, spacing, text-alignment) are defined in a CSS format. If you are familiar with CSS, values can be entered directly in this area.
 
Background Image
Allows you to use the Browse Server to select an image form your Media Manager> File Storage area.
 
Background Position
Defines the starting /anchor point for the background image
 
Background Repeat
Defines whether or not a background image should repeat. This is important for background images that may not necessarily follow or pattern or that are simply just an entire image.
 
Background Attachment
This defines whether or not the background image scrolls with that table to remains at a fixed point.


Background Color
Use the Pick tool to choose a color for the background of your table

 


 

 
Edit Cell Properties
In this area you can edit individual cells. Remember that you must right-click into the Cell and go to Cell> Cell Properties to access this area.


Properties
 
Width
Measurement of the cell from one side to another. Defined in either pixels or percentage.
 
Height
Measurement of the cell from top to bottom. Also defined in either pixels or percentage.
 
Horizontal Alignment
This is how the information is aligned within the cell from side to side.

Vertical Alignment
Defines how information within the cell sits in relation to the cell from top to bottom.
 
Padding
Enter a numerical value to create an invisible buffer around the content of the cell.
 
Word Wrap
When set, this property allows long words to be able to be broken and wrap onto the next line.

Background Color
Use the Pick tool to choose a color for the background of your table
 
Background Image
Allows you to use the Browse Server to select an image form your Media Manager> File Storage area.

Border Color
Select the color the cell's border.
 

 

Version 2.6 • Last Updated 8/16/2016 10:39:56 AM

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