One of the great features added to our Compose Page update was the ability to insert a Table in to your blog post without having to use any HTML. Previously, if you wanted to share a table, you had to switch to the HTML editor and input the HTML code for tables which can be pretty involved depending on how many rows and columns your table had.
Now, you can easily insert a table by clicking the "Table" link above your format buttons in the Rich Text Editor:
After highlighting and clicking the amount of columns and rows you want for your table, you see a grid appear in the Body of your post. Don't panic if it looks small! You can click and drag on the squares that appear in each of the corners to adjust the size of your table and cells.
|Here is an example of a Text Table||We have made it much easier to add rows and columns|
You can format individual cells or text within each cell to make them bold, another color, and much more.
|You can remove the border in the "Table Properties" settings.|
Tables are also a good way to insert smaller images in the same row without having to worry about what it will do with your alignment or spacing. Simply click in the cell so the cursor appears, and then click the "Insert Image" button. You will want to change the size of your image to be smaller so that there is room for the other images to fit.
You can read more about our Compose page in our Knowledge Base.