Add support for creating, styling, and modifying tables.
Update 05/28/19Hi everyone! Please help us understand what you're looking to do with table within Webflow https://webflow.typeform.com/to/izbeuQThank you in advance!
I've just spent 3 days creating a site, then come to add a vital table and found I can't. It never even occurred to me to check first, it's so fundamental!
This is needed, for sure. Creating tables using div blocks and/or rows is driving me cwaaazy.
The ability to create Tables inside Webflow it's very important.
Creating, styling, and modifying tables... hope to see it soon!
Some way of creating responsive Tables would be ideal. i.e. https://css-tricks.com/examples/ResponsiveTables/responsive.php
Collaborators need to be able to add tables via text editor.
table table table ！!!!
you have to be kidding me? Ive been seeing people asking for a table for years now there's still no way to just put a simple html table in? Once you can then you can use tools like datatable but it's looking for html elements.
Please add table support before doing anything else.
You guys are doing a great job with Webflow, but this feature has been requested since 2014 (at least that's the earliest I've seen the request in the forum). Trying to create tables using divs in Webflow is extremely tedious. And that fact that you can't see them until you publish the page if you add them as code is just not user friendly.
Why is this still not present? Webflow needs more features.
nudge nudge nudge
Definitely need to be able to create tables using a Webflow element. This is basic.
Yes, tables are fundamental. It's surprising to see Webflow jumping into something as complex as ecommerce without first wrapping up these smaller foundational features.
I post a message to request " Tables ". They are really important for some websites. Being able to include them in the CMS is also very important but, unfortunately, it cannot be done at the moment.
Webflow is a fantastic platform but the lack of this option is really frustrating.
I know that you have a lot of work to do but I hope that "TABLES" will be available soon.
Thanks again, you are the best!
I need many tables in Webflow !!!
I am going to make some admin pages with Webflow, tables are critical for admin pages.
Please, make it real! Inside a rich text and collections.
I was working on a web page that have a table structure and than I came to know that there is no table insertion option in Webflow. This is not fair.
This option is must, when you want to design any professional page.
I am appealing Webflow website developers please add this feature asap to give designers/users of Webflow a relief.
Thanks and looking forward to have this feature soon.
Yes, please! Much needed.
Does anyone have an alternative method to creating tables with the current tools/symbols/elments?
Yes, would LOVE to have responsive/interactive table integration into Webflow. In the mean time ... would http://www.tablesgenerator.com/html_tables be a useful source to fill the gap? Can it be used in the free plan? TABLES. TABLES. TABLES.
Yes this is a fundamental element that really needs to be included. And also we need to be able to add a table inside a rich text element (particularly important for articles as dynamic page content)
This is a handy workaround for now, using custom embed: http://www.tablesgenerator.com/html_tables
No Tables? I signed up because Webflow seemed so efficient. Looks like I have to set up columns. That is like telling Batman to use the stairs to get the the Bat-mobile when he should be using the bat-pole!
man it's been years....
YES YES YES. Essential for enterprise-class and professional applications.
I really need this too. Can tables be part of a rich text field?
Yes, this is definitely needed!
I see it is "In Backlog" but it is pretty ridiculous it is taking so long! Definite upvote on this one
Responsive tables, please. Some data just needs to be in tables.
I need tables!
Sortable tables please.
Pleeeease! I could build a whole platform with Webflow if we had tables.
I am working with webflow for a quite a while, pass two years doing some annual reports and all I can do with tables is using custom code. And in custom code i am limited with number of characters. You just can't imagine how much work it takes to do very big and complex tables. So when we can expect some really excellent responsive tables?
Not only should there be a table element, it should be editable (adding rows and columns) in collections! This (and CMS-gallery) is one of the things that I miss the most in the CMS-system!
Ecommerce is going to cry out for this.Ingredients, nutritional info , tech specs.
Bringeth it forth from the grande pile of logs out the back.
WTH, no tables?
Come on man!!!! This is critical withing CMS items
I'm obsessed with Webflow. We migrated our company website (praetorian.com) to Webflow during a redesign two years ago. Not having table support, code syntax highlighting, or the ability to insert custom code embeds within a blog post's body content is the only reason I haven't migrated our company's blog. Huge pain point.
It's just amazing because this would be relatively easy to implement one would think. If you can't allow tables then atleast allow custom HTML in cms items
This is soo Essential. I often deal with projects that require tables and creating them from scratch is always painful. This add on would be Greatly appreciated!
I agree, tables are needed becouse its difficalt and laborious to make a table by grid with divs as cells
How is it that tables are NOT part of RTE?! O_O
we neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed tablessssssssssss noooooooooooooow pleassssssse !!
Two years of your community asking for this - solid.
Admin, your survey asks us to pick 3 items on question 2 but only lets us pick one - Also I'd appreciate being able to pick more than one on the first question!
@kyle kilat on the typeform survey you linked, question 2 you ask for 3 of your top features requested but we're only able to select 1 feature.
Hi, This would be a great feature to have to be able to create easily when writing in rich content blocks using the + button. An example on our site is a blog post https://flipper.community/posts/flipping-vs-switching where there is a comparison table, which we would prefer to have as readable text rather than an image for SEO reasons. A table title at the top with H1-6 options, Subtitle for any referencing under the table, the ability to change individual cell background colours/or images and of course ability to select number of cells for the table. Thanks Andrew and Ben from Flipper.
Tables are critical for simple things like tabular lists of features in a product site.
Come on guys, I have projects that I want to build on webflow and am stalling clients as they are going to NEED tables!!!
I am doing annual reports and they have lots of tables....
Here are a couple examples of tables I had to hack together using divs. Not ideal, especially at smaller device sizes, where tables should degrade more gracefully than mine are able.
https://www.thecoalition.com/coverages (further down the page especially)
I need to print Table like here:
Guys, with the new grid and collection list facility you all ready have table capacity, realized this last night. Think about it, for example, in excel, when you want to insert a table, what do you do, define how many rows and colums, choose a header style and bam, you have a table. So I resolves this by adding a grid with a collection list and style my grid accordingly. With the grid, which for a data person is a table, you have the flexibility to desgin the table, its colomns etc...perhaps do a video showing how this can be done simply.
@Joseph Wolf.. is it possible to do many tables in a CMS post? Might be something to consider in a pinch, but grid is semantically different than a table in HTML. CSS grid would just be a stylized data. Might not be ideal for SEO.
Hi Guys, just created a table using the grid by choosing the number of rows and columns then inserting div blocks with "size - 0.5px" box shadow. Hope this helps.
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