This is the second part of the series How to Convert Tables Created in Word to a Standard Compliant Markup. In this session we show how you can style the new text by adding HTML markup to the post and then add CSS code to finish the styling. Rick: And the way we do that
Learn how to convert Tables created in Word to standards compliant markup for your site. We show how to do this and then how to style the new text by adding HTML and CSS.
This member is using a table to create a frame (or skin) around a YouTube video player. Unfortunately there are gaps between the table rows which prevent the frame from looking right. We discuss the use of tables for layout purposes and how a table needs to be created in order to perform this task.
In this second video on Styling Tables we talk about the default styling/formatting that comes with the table in WordPress and Thesis. In order to give the table some styling you need to assign a class or id. We show you how to assign classes and then style the table contents, head and footer and
Learn how to present data in a table format. We show how to add a table in NetBeans, explain the HTML structure of tables and then show you how to style a table with CSS.
A member wonders why a table that she inserted into her blog post displays with table cells outlined in Firefox but with no outlines in Chrome. We discuss the styling of html tables and how to create tables that can be stylized. I also suggest a plugin (WP Table Reloaded) for simple insertion of tables
This member asked for a suggestion for a plugin that would easily allow inserting a table in the content section of a post or page. In this video I show my recommended plugin WP-Table Reloaded. I demonstrate how easy it is to add tabular data with the plugin. I include a demonstration of using the