You can find a table block in the "Columns" category of the Block Library (CL46).
Columns, Rows, and Head
Tables consist of rows and columns. Columns are divided by the semicolon symbol (;). Rows are divided by line breaks (the "Enter" button).
Example of the head data: Time;Class Type;Teacher
Example of the body data: 08:00;Hatha Yoga;Nick Avery 10:30;Pilates;Nora Johnson 13:00;Aerobics;Tom Barry
Width & Height
You can adjust the general width of the table in the Settings panel of the block, e.g., you can specify the number of columns and the left indent.
You can adjust the columns width in the Content panel of the block in the respective field at the very bottom of the panel. The total of all the numbers should be equal to 100. If you leave the field empty, the columns will have the same width.
Example of the width setting:
Links & Buttons
You can add a link and button to the cell text. You simply need to add "link=http://mylink.com" or "button=http://mylink.com," and the content of the entire cell will become a link or button.
Ticket;$100;Learn more link=http://tilda.cc
Ticket;$100;Learn more button=http://tilda.cc
If you want to open links in a new tab (and not in the current one), go to the Settings panel of the block → Whole Table, and select the "Open links in new tab" checkbox.
There are two options for displaying tables on mobile: 1. The table retains its original size, thus extending beyond the edge of the mobile screen. 2. The table is resized to fit the screen width.
Settings: Scale: 1, Head border color: #000000, Border color: #d9d9d9, Odd row background color: #ffffff, Even row background color: #eeeeee, Selected checkbox: "Hide top head border."
Settings:Scale: 2, Head text color: #ffffff, Head border color: #ff8562, Head background color: #ff8562, Border color: #d9d9d9, Odd row background color: #ffffff, Even row background color: #ffffff, Selected checkbox: "Enable table width changing on mobile devices."