Question about Tables

Go down

Solved Question about Tables

Post by Bleu Ackerman on May 10th 2016, 7:16 pm

So I have been having trouble adding in tables to create an allegiance table... I haven't used tables before and I've been experimenting with them but I can't seem to figure out how to use them? I need some help adding them to posts, thanks!

And sorry if this is in the wrong place? I didn't see any other place for it.


Last edited by Bleu Ackerman on May 10th 2016, 10:05 pm; edited 1 time in total
avatar
Bleu Ackerman
New Member

Posts : 5
Reputation : 1
Language : English

http://theclancats.forumotion.com/forum

Back to top Go down

Solved Re: Question about Tables

Post by SLGray on May 10th 2016, 7:26 pm

What exactly are you having trouble with about creating tables?  If you use the WYSIWYG mode and press the table button, you can enter the information for 3 options:  border, rows, and columns.


When your topic has been solved, ensure you mark the topic solved.
Never post your email in public.

avatar
SLGray
Administrator
Administrator

Male Posts : 43519
Reputation : 3094
Language : English
Location : United States

http://fmthemesdesignteam.forumotion.com/

Back to top Go down

Solved Re: Question about Tables

Post by Bleu Ackerman on May 10th 2016, 10:05 pm

Ohh thank you so much. I finally got it figured out Smile
avatar
Bleu Ackerman
New Member

Posts : 5
Reputation : 1
Language : English

http://theclancats.forumotion.com/forum

Back to top Go down

Solved Re: Question about Tables

Post by Luffy on May 10th 2016, 11:35 pm

Hello,

In tables in posts if you have the WYSIWYG mode you'll see the tables clearly but if not it's actually simple to do.

[table] is the element that designs a table.
[tr] is the element for the rows. If you want more than one then you should add one more after the [/tr]
and [td] is the element for the columns. In each row there's minimum one td element that will hold the column content. If you want your table to have in one row two columns you should add an other [td] after the [/td] element.

If you play a little bit with these even with WYSIWYG mode and without it you'll get to play that easily in the future! Smile Wink

Luffy :rose:
avatar
Luffy
Manager
Manager

Male Posts : 5519
Reputation : 609
Language : Greek, English
Location : Greece

https://www.crossroadz.net

Back to top Go down

Solved Re: Question about Tables

Post by APE on May 11th 2016, 5:15 pm

Topic solved and archived



avatar
APE
Administrator
Administrator

Male Posts : 12327
Reputation : 1284
Language : fluent in dork / mumbojumbo & English haha

http://chatworld.forumotion.co.uk/

Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum