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JohnH

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Tables within posts

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Is it possible to draw up a table within a post as a way of presenting excel data rather than posting the data as a jpeg?

 

This would allow members to update and add data presented within Articles.

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Steve, absolutely outstanding. Thank you.

 

Thank you table
Name

 

Steve Thank you

 

  1. Supplementary question: How do you add/insert another column or row? Are there other table commands?
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I think at the moment it has to be done with HTML. Click source and  you will see the code. 

 

I am looking into improving this

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test table
Col1 col2 col3
     
     

 

Steve, did you just add some new table commands?

 

 

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Yes,  i did.  I don't think all of them were working for me.  The tables do look large on mobile browsers. 

 

Steve K 

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Steve I did look at the HTML but couldnt work out how to increase the row or column count. I am a mainframe guy!

 

I tried to use the new commands to insert a column but it didnt work.

 

One other thing, the new table commands dont appear on an edit window.

 

Thanks for your efforts.

 

Regards

John.

 

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