- Edit the text block where your table is
- Click the 'HTML' tool at top left to open the HTML editor window
- Navigate to the section where you would like the new table row (just after a </tr> tag)
- Add the code: <tr><td></td></tr>
- Enter any text you wish to display between the <td></td> tags. For example: "<td> onMessage </td>" will say "onMessage" inside the table.
For further explanation of the HTML tags used here:
- The area between <tr> and </tr> denotes 'table row'
- The area between <td> and </td> denotes a 'table data cell'
- If you place multiple sets of <td></td> between a <tr></tr> pair, you will end up with multiple cells in your row.
- Please note that without additional information, each row in a table should contain the same number of <td>cells</td>.
If you wish to look into non-uniform tables, the extra information to research are 'colspan' and 'rowspan'.
This information can be found at http://html.com/tables/rowspan-colspan/
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