How to Easily Add a Table to a WordPress Page or Post

Posted By on Jan 6, 2010 | 1 comment

Have you ever been writing something on your blog and needed to present it in a column format? Sometimes certain types of content are just more easily understood in a chart layout but unless you know how to use html, it can be extremely difficult to pull off. Fortunately, there is a great WordPress plugin called WP-Table Reloaded that makes it super easy to insert tables into your WordPress pages.

I just spent the past two and a half months redesigning my site and came across WP-Table Reloaded when I was looking for an easy way to add a chart to one of my pages. It installs just like any other WordPress plugin. You can download it here. Once installed, adding tables to your WordPress pages is a snap. All you have to do is put in how many columns and rows you want, then start adding your content. The columns will automatically adjust to fit your content properly. If you need to add more rows or columns, you can do so at any time. If you want to move a row up or down the table, no problem. Plus, you can even add links or images to the cells inside your table.

The next time you think a table would be the best way to present your blog content, check out WP-Table Reloaded. It sure saved me a lot of time.

1 Comment

  1. Good stuff, I’ve been searching for a plugin like this. I want to put a table on my wordpress landing page, but I know very little about code, if this works it’s going to make life much easier.


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