This guide provides instructions and information about Stanford Web Services Jumpstart platform, based on Drupal 7.
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Tables should only be used for tablular data, not for layout or positioning items like images next to text.
Right-click an existing table to edit the table properties. Here you can edit cells, and the number of rows and colums.
Here is an example of content that is suitable for an HTML table:
|Olympic Medals, country by year|
Advanced option: your website has the capability to build tables for you via database query. If you need some or all of the content of a table to be dynamically generated, please consider one of Stanford's Drupal training offerings from IT Services Technology Training to explore what is possible with this tool.