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This page has been adapted from Wikipedia.


You can use the Mediawiki edit toolbar to create tables on OutHistory.org (it is the 11th button from the right on the toolbar). By default, it includes the following text:


{| {{prettytable}}  
! FELD 1
! FELD 2
! FELD 3
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|}


Which shows up like this on your web page:

FELD 1 FELD 2 FELD 3
Element Element Element
Element Element Element
Element Element Element


To title your table, simply insert a pipe ( | ) and a plus sign ( + ) with your title after the first line:

{| {{prettytable}}
|+Example Table  
! FELD 1
! FELD 2
! FELD 3
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|}


Which shows up like this on your web page:


Example Table
FELD 1 FELD 2 FELD 3
Element Element Element
Element Element Element
Element Element Element


To give your table a border, type border="1" on the first line. The number in quotation marks corresponds to the size of the border.

{| {{prettytable}} border="1"
|+Example Table  
! FELD 1
! FELD 2
! FELD 3
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|}


Which will look like this on your web page:

Example Table
FELD 1 FELD 2 FELD 3
Element Element Element
Element Element Element
Element Element Element


You can adjust the size of your table by adding style="width:__%; height:__px" on the first line, filling in the blanks with the sizes you want like this:


{| style="width:75%; height:200px" border ="1"
|+Example Table  
! FELD 1
! FELD 2
! FELD 3
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|-
| Element
| Element
| Element
|}


Which will show up like this on your web page:

Example Table
FELD 1 FELD 2 FELD 3
Element Element Element
Element Element Element
Element Element Element


See also:

Table Help on Wikipedia

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