Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of TablePlugin/docs


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Aug 5, 2012 6:24:54 PM (2 years ago)
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jonny
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    4242#!All comment lines begin with #! 
    4343 
    44 #!-- First, we need to setup our column names, using the @column keyword, so that we can add data to them. 
     44#!-- First, we need to tell the table that it should be styled using the default style. 
     45 
     46@table (@default) 
     47 
     48#!-- Next, we need to setup our column names, using the @column keyword, so that we can add data to them. 
    4549#!-- Define the three columns to use: task, details, status 
    4650 
     
    5054 
    5155#!-- Using the column names above (task, details, status), we can add the data. 
    52 #!--  
     56#!-- As mentioned in the keywords list above, these names can be anything you want. 
     57#!-- This first row will be the headers for the table. 
    5358 
    5459@task: Task 
     
    5661@status: Status 
    5762 
    58 #!-- The next row, noticed the @complete style applied to @status cell. 
     63#!-- The next row will be the rest of the data that relates to Task, Details of the Task and the Status. 
    5964 
    6065@task: Task 1 
    6166@details: Details of Task 1. 
    62 @status (@complete): Complete 
     67@status: Complete 
    6368 
    6469#!-- Remaining rows below... 
     
    7277@status: Not Complete 
    7378 
     79#!-- More rows added below if required... No limit on the amount of data. 
     80 
    7481}}} 
    7582 
    7683}}} 
     84 
     85From this example, you can see that the layout is very simple to setup and easy to read. Readability was a big factor when designing this markup. 
     86 
     87Basically, after the columns are defined, you add your data and save the table. The default styles will be used  
    7788 
    7889== Table Styles ==