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Tablepress - WordPress plugin on inserting Tables

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The 5 minute lighting talk presentation that was done on TablePress on August 5, 2013 for the Philly Burbs WordPress Meetup.

The 5 minute lighting talk presentation that was done on TablePress on August 5, 2013 for the Philly Burbs WordPress Meetup.

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  • 1. Intro to TablePress No Coding Required
  • 2. Using WordPress for about 5 years Work at 20/10 Solutions as an Interactive Developer Twitter: @tecdoc Website: http://www.tomcarneyis.me Favorite web programming languages: HTML, PHP, CSS and JavaScript but …… still think coding tables can be annoying. About Me
  • 3. What We Will Cover • Downloading the Plugin • Setting up your table in the Dashboard • Using the TablePress options • TablePress’ shortcode • Extra Resources
  • 4. TablePress Download • Go to: http://wordpress.org/plugins/tablepress/ • Or go through your WordPress dashboard and search TablePress • Activate TablePress
  • 5. Setting up a table • Go to the TablePress panel: • Hit the Add New Table link
  • 6. Adding Table Content All you need to do is enter your column headers then the corresponding content for each cells.
  • 7. Manipulating Table Content
  • 8. Manipulating Content • Most instances: Fill in the content of the cell first! (Exceptions being the row and col spans) • Use the Checkboxes next to the rows or underneath the columns to Delete or Duplicate them.
  • 9. Looking at the Options • Makes including titles and row coloring very easy and accessible to change.
  • 10. JavaScript Features • Title of the section can be a little misleading and intimidating • Most options give your table more function with a click of a checkbox. • Once Finished – Click Save
  • 11. TablePress Shortcode • Click on All Tables link then Show Shortcode • Copy and paste the shortcode that is highlighted in field pictured above and put in the post and/or page that you want to put it in.
  • 12. Shortcode Shortcut • Within your Page or Post, click on TablePress icon in the Content area toolbar • Click on Insert Shortcode
  • 13. Your Content Area should look like • With the shortcode in your page/post, place the your needed content and hit Update or Publish.
  • 14. Where to get the Presentation • SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/thomascarney • My Website – With Article http://tomcarneyis.me/tablepress
  • 15. Extra TablePress Resources • TablePress on the WordPress Repository http://wordpress.org/plugins/tablepress/ • TablePress Documentation: http://tablepress.org/documentation/ • WP Beginner Article: http://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/how-to- add-tables-in-wordpress-posts-and-pages-no- html-required/

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