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I think we'll need more from you. What type of things are you looking to do in these tables?
In RH, it's often much easier to simply copy one of the RH table templates and modify it to suit your needs. Come back with some info.
The tables already exist. I would like to format them using CSS. Is there another way to make one change and have it reflected throughout a project?
I guess I could link my files to another editor instead of the RoboHelp HTML editor.
I don't think you will be able to create tables using styles from the CSS, much less alter existing ones. Using an alternative such as DW will work but then you will lose some of RH's functionality, such as dropdowns, simple creation of links etc as opening the topic again in RH will alter your code.
Thx for your insight.
I was curious and looked at the HTML source for a RH Help page with a table. They are using CSS for table formatting. I added their CSS to my CSS file but the styles still don't show in the style list.
I don't see any reference to class= in the formatting of the tables. Is it not all inline styling in a RH7 generated table?
You have to look in the HTML source for the RH 7 Help files not the tables generated in the application. I would send the snippet but I don't have RH on my system connected to the internet.
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That is just saying that CSS files are supported. However, it has always been the case you cannot define your tables in the CSS file.
Let's correct things here. It was the case up to and including RH6 that you could not define tables in the CSS.
Add this to your style sheet.
/* margin: auto auto;*/
border: 1px solid #FF6347;
border: 1px solid #FF6347;
Amend the table tag to
Works for me in RH7.
That was done to a new table where I first removed all borders. More testing later.
It looks as if the above will override any existing table borders but not cell borders.
In short, on a table with no borders already defined, CSS works but any inline styles already applied will remain, which is the way CSS works.
Hello I am new to RoboHelp 7 and I 've ben following the forum about tables and CSS.
Is there anything bew about Table accessing css classes without extra coding?
Does Robohelp support the th tag?
Welcome to the forum
You have to smile. Nothing on these forums about TH for months, maybe years, then the day after I post something in another thread, another question comes along. I'd put money on another post each day now for the next week or so. :-)
Set up a table as a test and what you should see is the row will appear but it will not work as a table header row should.