Table Support

Add support for creating, styling, and modifying tables.

  • Kyle Kilat
  • Dec 16 2016
  • Reviewed
  • May 28, 2019

    Admin response

    Update 05/28/19
    Hi everyone! Please help us understand what you're looking to do with table within Webflow

    https://webflow.typeform.com/to/izbeuQ

    Thank you in advance!

  • Ali Ilhami Oztan commented
    24 Jan 07:35am


    It

    Has

    Been

    FREAKIN

    7 YEARS!

    After

    This

    Was

    Requested


    WHAT

    HAPPENED?





  • Matt Frappier commented
    23 Jan 02:40am

    I’m here in 2023 to beg Webflow to add this. We need a table in CMS collections that can also be added as a normal element, and can use dynamic repeater field data. If Wordpress has had this for nearly decades, it’s crazy Webflow doesn’t have it. Especially considering that the table element is literally one of the first lines of HTML code you learn in coding 101 classes.

  • Joe Friberg commented
    27 Dec, 2022 02:56am

    I'm newly inducted into Webflow and love the overall functionality but like the thousands who've spoken before me, it's inexplicable that there is no basic table function.

  • Travis Steinke commented
    5 Oct, 2022 10:32pm

    Webflow, please make this a priority.. 1600+ votes for a simple feature.

  • Kelly Knowles commented
    27 Sep, 2022 08:21pm

    I've been singing Webflow's praises for years, and I was excited to move my UX team's design system documentation off of Zeroheight and onto Webflow.

    But the lack of tables in the rich text editor might be a hard stop for us. What a simple little feature, I can't believe it's still missing!


    We don't need anything fancier than this.

    Default table HTML is fine, and we can use the visual design editor outside of the rich text editor to adjust padding, border style, etc.

    What year is it?! :P

    The use cases are endless. Sizing charts. Pricing tables. There's tons of data types that NEED to be displayed in a table.

    A proper and complete rich text editor is a requirement for someone without coding skills to update website copy via the CMS. E.g. clients!!

    Pretty please? Webflow is so powerful, I'd hate to try to beat a Wordpress template into submission just so I can use WYSIWYG tables T^T


  • Daniel commented
    6 Sep, 2022 03:34pm

    Webflow is an amazing product but upvote this if you think tables need to happen!

  • Scott Lewis commented
    29 Aug, 2022 10:36pm

    Has a table feature been added? I can't find any info other than this wish list. I would love to see a table that can pull from a CMS collection such that one CMS item = one .csv file with multiple columns and rows (vs. having each row be a separate CMS item). This way my client can manage publishing the data.

  • Ed Bini commented
    15 Aug, 2022 09:55pm

    What you need is the table element and the ability to map collections to it, sort the tables by the headers, and even if you don't want to add a bunch of functionality if you create the table element and structure properly we can use plugins like datatables a LOT EASIER. You can't go wrong if you add at the very least the ability to drop the structure onto the canvas then utilize 3rd party plugs that are looking for the structure. It's much harder to do inside of an embed and we lose designer capabilities.

  • Jeff Berube commented
    30 Jul, 2022 01:38am


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  • Chase Charaba commented
    1 Jun, 2022 02:35am

    I'm so baffled as to why this feature isn't in Webflow. WordPress has it. Wix has it. HubSpot has it.

  • Franko Ali commented
    25 May, 2022 02:27am

    Like the commenters below, my mind is blown to discover this page!

  • Adriano Resende commented
    24 May, 2022 02:16pm


    WOW!!!

    table

    works

    here


    but

    webflow

    not have.



    baaad

    baaad


  • Indir commented
    24 May, 2022 07:30am

    We really need a basic table from the add element panel

  • INAGREAT commented
    6 Apr, 2022 04:35pm

    😆

    Dam!

    Even








    This

    Basic

    Forum

    App









    Has

    A

    Table


  • Iris Shields commented
    31 Mar, 2022 06:12pm

    I'm sorry I have to come back to this, I am just so baffled.
    I am a UX architect, have been doing UX for over 17 years and all I wonder now is; you must not have any UX people working at your company....

  • Iris Shields commented
    31 Mar, 2022 06:10pm

    I'm sorry WUT? No table feature??

    Why do you even need to ask us why we want a table? For displaying DATA, that's what a table is for. In this day and age, data is BIG. And have you all heard of accessibility? Data in a table is the ONLY way you should present it.

    (wow, I can't get over the fact you don't have this...)

  • UI Petals commented
    17 Mar, 2022 05:59am

    We need a basic table component for displaying the number of invoices that the Supplier will receive from CMS data. So we need a table component for this.

    Please add table components to Webflow.


  • JP Garza commented
    2 Mar, 2022 10:32pm

    I am thinking about moving my site to Webflow. But a basic/crucial feature like this hasn't been worked on in 5 years? (take a look at how GitBook.com does it)

  • Katherine commented
    9 Feb, 2022 07:24pm

    Disappointing to see this isn't a feature yet, 5 years later. HTML tables are an easy way to present tabular data in an accessible way (assuming you add things like scope, which WebFlow could do based on designers selecting header rows/columns). I know we can embed our own code, but that makes it easier for people to use external table generators that don't create accessible tables.

    And when it comes to Collections content - sure, we might be able to implement workarounds with ARIA, but most people don't understand ARIA or detailed accessibility. Many people will make psuedo tables with divs and no ARIA, and websites will continue to be less accessible than they could be.

  • Andrea Muthyala commented
    24 Jan, 2022 07:25pm


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    table.


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