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UChicago Sites - Content - Formatting Tables

This article explains how to apply special formatting to tables within UChicago Sites.

By default, table rows include a bottom border on every row, but you can take advantage of a handful of pre-defined styles to apply additional formatting to any tables you insert in your content. The following additional styles are available:

  • bordered - Applies a border around every cell.
  • less-padding - Reduces the cell padding by 50%. This is good for large tables with a lot of content.
  • no-borders - Removes all cell borders.

These formatting options are applied by assigning a special class to your table. To assign a class, right-click anywhere on your table and open the Table Properties window:

Table properties

Select the Advanced tab and enter your classes into the "Stylesheet Classes" text box. You can enter multiple styles by including a space between each one:

Advanced properties

Click OK to complete.




Keywords:template website blocks tagging categories themes social media drupal stylesheet   Doc ID:29358
Owner:Nana O.Group:University of Chicago
Created:2013-04-08 14:03 CDTUpdated:2016-12-28 08:54 CDT
Sites:University of Chicago, University of Chicago - Sandbox
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