After you click the Add table type Link, a new view opens where you can make appearance settings for a specific table type.
Here you enter a name for the table type.
Here you enter a description, for example, how the table looks or when it will be used. The description should help the user choose the correct table type.
Check this option for the table type that you think will be most used on the website. The table type is then the default when a user creates a table. However, it is possible to change to a different table type if the user wishes.
Here you select the font to use for the headings in the table.
Here you select whether the headings should be left justified, right justified or centred.
Here you choose whether the headings should have a background color. Click on the arrow to see the colors that are set as website colors, or to search for a colour name in the search box at the top.
Click the small x on the right side of the box to delete an existing color.
Here you select the font to use in the table.
Here you can select a color for odd rows if you want the table type to be alternately striped to make it easier to read the rows in the table. The colors that can be selected in the list are the colors that are set on the website as website colours.
Here you can select color for even rows if you want the table type to be alternately striped. The colors that can be selected in the list are the colors that are set on the website as website colors.
CSS distance is the distance between the text inside the table cell and the inner edges of the cell. The thickness is indicated in pixels or em.
Check this box if the table type should use borders. Additional options will then be displayed.
Here you choose where to place the borders:
Here you choose the border type:
Here you choose the border colour. The colours that can be selected in the list are the colours that are set on the website as website colours.
Here you choose the thickness of the border. Can be set it in pixels or em. Click the plus button to increase, or the minus button to reduce, the thickness of the border.
If necessary, you can enter a caption that briefly describes the table. This appears in text above the table.
Here you can choose from a few different ways of managing responsive tables.
The page published: 2019-03-01