Table Data


Allows dynamic addition or deletion of rows in a table.

Any standard data macros other than {table-data} itself can be used inside its cells.


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The name of the table. Must be unique.




The number of rows to have in the section initially. Saves us from having to hit "+" repeatedly.




If set to "descending", the content will be sorted in reverse order, and new rows will be added to the top of the repeating section.




The width of the field. e.g. "80%" or "500px".

Note: Only applicable for forms mode.

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Due to the simplistic parser currently being used, you need to be careful with how you format the table. The main requirement is that any '|' characters which mark a table boundary must have whitespace on either side. Conversely, any other '|' characters must not have any whitespace around them. For example, in the markup below there are two errors:

  1. The Number column does not have any whitespace around the '|' markers
  2. The Date column does have whitespace inside the macro

{table-data:My Table}
|| Text||\Number ||Date||
| {text-data:Text}|{number-data:Number}0{number-data}|{date-data:Date| format=dd-MMM-yyyy} |

Correct formatting would look like this:

{table-data:My Table}
|| Text || Number || Date ||
| {text-data:Text} | {number-data:Number}0{number-data} | {date-data:Date|format=dd-MMM-yyyy} |

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