Tables are an effective way to display tabular data on a webpage; in other words, to display data about a number of items with similar properties. As a rule of thumb, any data which is well-suited to display on a spreadsheet would also work well as a table.
Building a Table
In Composer, tables are created and styled using a Content element. To get started, first add a Content element to your page and select the Table icon in the editor.
The Table icon will open up the Table Properties popup. Here you can set the column and row numbers (required), adjust the table and cell format and apply your table styling. Your table styling will be located under the Class dropdown.
Editing and Formating Tables
Now that the table is entered into the Content element we can add table data and adjust our table formatting. Enter your data into each of the data cells. Please note that we do not recommend copy-pasting data into the table from another editor, all table data must be entered in the Composer editor. This will ensure that no extraneous formatting is entered into the table and will avoid display errors.
After you enter your data, you can switch to the Table Format editor to edit the table cell format and move rows and columns. To enter click on the Pencil icon.
Once in the Table Format editor you will see that the top icons have been updated. With these icons you can edit the cell's horizontal and vertical alignment, add/remove/select rows and columns, adjust border styling and change cell background colors.
Adding a Header to Tables
To apply a table header, highlight the top row of the table and click the Rows and Columns icon. Scroll to the bottom of the dropdown to "Toggle as Table Headers".
Depending on your site build, there may be another method to add the table header styling. Under the Class dropdown in the Table Properties popup you may find a style named "Styled Table with Header". Select this style to add a header to your table.