In this documentation, I’ll show you how to use the Table widget in Elementor. This widget holds the opportunity of adding custom code. So, let’s get started.
To Insert Widget
Inserting the widget is just a matter of dragging and dropping. As you see in the screenshot above, drag the Elementor table widget inside your page.
Using the content tab, you’ll be able to make a layout of a particular part (such as a table) of a website. And in this regard, some handy sections in the tab will assist you a lot in designing the Table Widget in Elementor.
Go to the Content tab > Table.
This section holds a few controls (Source, Content, Header & Body Alignment, Responsive, etc.). From the Source control, select Custom, CSV File (allow data in a table structured format), or Static.
Most importantly, in the Content control, you can add code custom for the WordPress table.
In addition, from the Responsive control, you can set Responsive 1, Responsive 2, or No Responsive.
Data Table Settings
Simply, go to the Content tab > Data Table Settings.
In this section, you’ll get some switcher buttons(). Just you’ve to activate or deactivate them in accordance with your demand.
Now, let’s work with Style Tab. The tab will confidently have you style the web content (text, image, video, etc.) of the page you require to design with the Table Widget in Elementor.
Styling with the Style tab in Elementor will always give you a fantastic experience.
Let’s have a look.
Only, go to the Style tab > Table.
Here, this section will allow you to add Border, Border width and color to around the Table plugin.
The is another switcher below called the Leading Column Style that highlights the first column as the leading column over others. Turning on the switcher will pop up another section in the Style tab named Leading Column.
This section lets you customize the leading column by color, border, typography, and padding.
To style the Header part, go to the Style tab > Header.
In this section, you will be able to add border style, border width and cell padding to the body of the table.
Most important thing is that there are three modes (Normal, Hover, and Stripe). In terms of the Normal mode, you may add background, text, and border color.
And regarding the rest two modes, you can set background color and text color.
Simply, go to the Style tab > Body.
There are two modes (Header and Footer). These two modes separately allow you to style the Header part and Footer part. Look at the screenshot below.
Just, go to the Style tab > Filter.
In conclusion, though there are various table creating plugins in the WordPress repository, I hope our Table Widget in Elementor will be one of the best solutions for making table. Watch video assist and to get more ideas about the usage of the widget by Element Pack, take a jump into the demo page.