Use tables only when the text can't be adequately displayed using bullets or numbered lists. Tables have accessibility problems and should be used sparingly.
Tables should have alternating blue and white rows as shown below:
To apply the style, add class="zebra" to the table's HTML. You cannot use the Table Wizard to apply this style.
Be sure the first row contains tags to indicate the header:
You may also use class="tablesorter" to allow site visitors to sort the table data by any column.
If you are using the tablesorter, you do not need to include the zebra class; it's built-in automatically.
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Place your cursor in the location you'd like to modify. Increase or decrease columns and rows by using the + and - buttons.
Fine-tune your table by modifying your table properties.
You can access table properties two ways. Select the table properties tab in the table wizard or right-click an existing table and select set table properties .
Table Properties Explained
Fine-tune individual cells in a table by modifying cell properties.
Access cell properties two ways. Select the cell properties tab in the table wizard. Or, right-click an existing table and select set cell properties from the menu.
Cell Properties Explained
Once you have created a table you can easily add or delete rows and columns.
Now it's time to make your table accessible.