In the Edit page, place your cursor in the Body area in the location you want the table to appear. Click the Insert Table button. Keep at least one blank line above where the table will be placed.
The Insert/Modify Table dialog box opens.
Cols/Rows - Enter the number of columns and number of rows that you want in the table.
Cellpadding (Optional) - adjust the space between the text and the borders of the cells; (Often set between 5 and 8)
Cellspacing (Optional) - adjust the extra space between cells in the table; (0 = no extra space between table cells)
Alignment - Change how the table aligns on the page. The default is left alignment.
Border - Indicate how much border you want around the cells in the table (set to at least 1 for ease in creating the table. Can be sent to zero later to eliminate borders.)
Width - Enter a percentage of the width of the page that you want the table to use. (i.e. 100% = the table fills the entire width of the page.)
Ignore height, class and table caption.
You can now enter text or images into the table cells, as desired.
Edit a Table
Edit a Table
Select your table by clicking in it.
The following commands are available once you select your table.
Change overall Table Properties by clicking on the Insert New Table button. The Insert/Edit Table dialog box will open.
On the General Tab, you can change any of the original table settings
On the Advanced Tab, you can change the border color and/or background color of your table.
Remove a Table
Tables can only be removed by deleting them from within the HTML code on a page. Instructions follow -- however -- if you are not comfortable with deleting sections of code, please contact your webmaster for help removing it.
Display the HTML code by clicking the Disable rich-text link below the Body text box.
Locate the <table> and </table> codes. Select and delete the <table> tag and all the code and text, through the next </table> tag. Each table starts and ends with these tags, so if you have multiple tables on one page, be especially careful.