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This is the 1st Cell in the first row. This is the 2nd Cell in the first row

Smiling lady with pink top and jacket

Eleanor Browne

Smiling lady with long brown hair

Jackie Wilson

The above shows a 4 cell table, split over 2 rows, with the text at the top in the first 2 cells, and the the pictures in the bottom in the bottom 2 cells. The content within each cell is centered (in respect to the cell they are in).

The Cell Border has been set to white so that it appears that there is no border.

Within the visual editor in the WordPress backend, the table will show an exterior border (and a row border) so that you can see where the table is when you are putting it together, but if configured correctly, it will not show when the page is published.

This is the 1st Cell in the first row. This is the 2nd Cell in the first row.

Smiling lady with pink top and jacket

Eleanor Browne

Smiling lady with long brown hair

Jackie Wilson

The above is an example of a table with the default borders (i.e. light gray). By default, the table has a border (round the outside), each row has a border (the horizontal lines which cross the inside of the table) but the cells within each row do not. This means that there will not be any vertical seperator lines on the inside of the table.

  • To Insert, a table click the Insert Table button on the page editor bar.
  • From the resulting pop up box select the number of rows and cells you require.
  • Click the insert button
  • You will then get a box which will appear. Depending on the number of rows you have selected will affect the number of horizontal lines which will appear.
  • Insert your text / images into the relevant areas within the table.
  • If you wish the table to have a table border and row borders, you have finished. Simply publish the page as normal.
  • If you wish the table to be free of borders, firstly, highlight all the cells using the mouse then click the Table Cell Properties button at the top of the editor and go to the Advanced tab. From there, set the border colour to #FFF and press the update button. Alternativley, set the border colour to #000 to have a black border on every cell of the table. You can change this value, to get different coloured borders which better suit your needs. Click here for further information on colour codes.
    Insert Table button
    Table Cell Properties button

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