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Table Formatting Rules
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Table Formatting Features

Basic tables are done like this:

 ||Region||Sales||
 ||East||$100||
 ||West||$500||

which appears like this:

Region Sales
East $100
West $500

Rich table formatting allows control over the following advanced table formatting features:

These rich formatting options are specified using a table formatting expression immediately after the || characters for a cell. The table formatting expression is delimited by { and } (curly-brace characters). Formatting that applies to the whole table must appear prior to the first cell (though it can be duplicated and will be ignored in the other cells).

Table Formatting Rules and Examples

Center - T^

A table can be centered using the table formatting expression T^. For example,

 ||{T^}Region||Sales||
 ||East||$100||
 ||West||$500||

which appears like this:

Region Sales
East $100
West $500

Floating Tables - T[ and T]

A table can be configured to float on the left or right with surrounding content wrapped around. This is done with T[ and T]. For example,

 ||{T[}Region||Sales||
 ||East||$100||
 ||West||$500||

which appears like this:

Region Sales
East $100
West $500

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Or, floating on the right:

 ||{T]}Region||Sales||
 ||East||$100||
 ||West||$500||

which appears like this:

Region Sales
East $100
West $500

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Border = T-

By default, a table is given a border. You can hide the border using T-. For example:

 ||{T-}Region||Sales||
 ||East||$100||
 ||West||$500||

which appears like this:

Region Sales
East $100
West $500

Width

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You can specify the preferred width of the table (as a percentage of the whole display area for the topic) using TWxx, where xx is the percentage. For example,

 ||{TW25}One Quarter||
 ||This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.||

produces:

One Quarter
This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill.

whereas:

 ||{TW90}Ninety Percent||
 ||This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.  This is the story of a man named bill.||

produces:

Ninety Percent
This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill. This is the story of a man named bill.

Cell Formatting Features

Row and column spans - Cnnn and Rnnn

Sometimes you want a cell to span more than one column or row. This can be achieved by specifying the Cnnn and Rnnn options.

For example:

 ||{R2}Region||{C2}Sales||
 ||Q1||Q2||
 ||East||$100||$800||
 ||West||$500||$9000||

which causes the Sales cell to span two columns and the Region cell to span two rows:

Region Sales
Q1 Q2
East $100 $800
West $500 $9000

Cell content alignment - [ ^ ]

You can control the alignment in a cell by using [ (left), ] (right) and ^ (center). Note the position of the word Sales in each of the following three examples:

First row:

 ||{[C2}Sales||
Sales
Q1 Q2
$100 $800
$500 $9000

First row:

 ||{^C2}Sales||
Sales
Q1 Q2
$100 $800
$500 $9000

First row:

 ||{]C2}Sales||
Sales
Q1 Q2
$100 $800
$500 $9000

Cell highlighting - !

By including the '!' table formatting rule, you can cause cells to be highlighted. This is useful, for example, in header rows and for other cells that you want to highlight:

 ||{^!C2}Sales||
 ||Q1||Q2||
 ||$100||$800||
 ||$500||{!}$9000||

produces:

Sales
Q1 Q2
$100 $800
$500 $9000

Width

You can specify the preferred width of the column (as a percentage of the width of the whole table) using Wxx, where xx is the percentage. For ,example

 ||{W75}Q1||Q2||Q3||Q4||
 ||$100||$800||$500||$900||
 ||$500||$9000||$500||$900||

produces:

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
$100 $800 $500 $900
$500 $9000 $500 $900

Breaking - +

By default, content will be word wrapped in table cell. You can disable this behavior for special circumstances by using the + table formatting rule.

For example, in the following table the wrapping is disabled in the left hand cell, whilst the right hand cell is normal.

 ||{+} The quick ... || The quick ... ||
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

Note that you may need to make your browser window narrower to see the impact of this.

Combining formatting expressions

If you want to combine two or more of this features (example: Floating Right without Border), you have to insert all expressions in the brace.

 ||{T]T-}'''This is right''' (y)||
This is right

I used this Feature also to align Images. You make a Table without borders and floating right, and the only thing that is in the table is the link to the image.

Advanced table techniques

Paragraphs and bulleted lists in tables

Multi-line paragraphs and lists in cells can be achieved by using simple WikiTalk. For example, the following:

 ||Two paragraphs||@@["I think therefore I am", Newline, "You thought you were and are not", Newline, "Note how the font gets screwed up"]@@||
 ||A bulleted list||@@[Tab,"* Test1", Newline, Tab, "* Test2"]@@||

gives this table:

Two paragraphs I think therefore I am

You thought you were and are not

Note how the font gets screwed up

A bulleted list
  • Test1
  • Test2

Make your changes to the text on the left and then select Save.

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Click on a subject for more information about formatting rules: Bold Italics Headings Hyperlinks Lines Lists Tables Emoticons Preformatted Images Properties

A line that starts with a wiki word and a colon identifies a property. The value of the property is everything on the line after the colon. Multiline properties use PropertyName: and then multiple lines and then on a blank line to mark the end. Harga Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 |

Any URL that ends with .gif, .jpeg, .jpg or .png will be turned into an image tag to display the actual image.

Any line that starts with at least one space will be fixed-width formatted. Good for code and simple tables.

Start a line with a tab (or 8 spaces) followed by a star ''. Two tabs (or 16 spaces) indents to the next level, etc. For ordered lists, use '1.' instead of ''

Four hyphens makes a horizontal rule.

Surround the text with three ticks (). For example, this text will be bold'''

Surround the text with two ticks (). For example, this text will be italic''

Bang (!) at the start of a line for H1. Bang Bang (!!) at the start of a line for H2. And so on...

Any PascalCased word becomes a link. Surrounding a word with square brackets word will make non-pascalcased words into links; generally this is considered 'odd'. Any URL becomes a link (http://www.msn.com)

All the common emoticons like and are turned into the apprpriate graphical images (like in messenger).

A line that starts and ends with || is a table row. Cells are divided by ||. For example:

Region Sales
East $100
West $100

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