Table

Create a Table

Use the Table chunk to create a table that is automatically formatted for accessibility.

The Table chunk will:

  • Create simple tables with column headers
  • Allow a maximum of five columns
  • Allow links, bold/italicized text, paragraphs, and ordered/unordered lists in table cells

The Table chunk will not create:

  • Complex tables with row spans and column spans
  • Tables within tables
  • Tables within accordion folds
  • Tables with both column and row headers

Examples of tables

April 8, 2018 Meeting Agenda
TimeLocationAttendees
10 a.m.–12:30 p.m.Metz Suite, Indiana Memorial UnionTrustees, President, Vice Presidents
1:00 p.m.–2:15 p.m.Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial UnionOpen
2:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m.Alumni Hall, Indiana Memorial UnionOpen
Human Resource Contact Information
CampusWebsitePhone
Bloomington

http://hr.iu.edu/

812-855-2172
IUPUI

https://hra.iupui.edu/

317-274-7617
East

http://www.iue.edu/hr/index.php

765-973-8487
Kokomo

http://iuk.edu/hr/index.php

765-455-9226
Northwest

http://www.iun.edu/hr/

219-980-6775
Southeast

https://www.ius.edu/human-resources/index.php

812-941-2356
South Bend

https://www.iusb.edu/human-resources/

574-520-4358

Fields in a table chunk

Table Caption/Title

The Table Caption/Title field is a text-only field. This acts as a header for the table and is displayed above the table.

Column Header

The Column Headers fields will populate the first row of the column, identifying the content of the rows below it. There is a limit of five columns in the table chunk.

Table Row

The Table Rows will contain the cells of the table. Each row should have the same number of cells as column headers. There is no limit to the number of rows a table can have.

Table Cell

Table Cells hold the table contents. There are two types of cells, standard and advanced. Functionality is explained in Step 12.