I tried to replicate Table 1 from the Styling Guide for Tables, because I was interested in how to get simultaneous header row, and first (header) column styling. After replicating the information supplied in the example, in my Table Plus Macro I didn't get a table that looked like the example. It looked like this, with out the columns crossing over in to the header row.
Here are the parameters I used:
Heading Rows: 1
Auto Number on Each Row: TRUE
Auto Total Row: True
Column Types: s,e,e,d,.,f"0,0",f"$0,0"
Row Styles: font-size:17px;border-bottom:black 2px solid;border-top:black 2px solid;,background:#ffffb9,background:#fff,background:#ffffb9
Column Attributes: , , , , ,style="background:#c7c7c7;font-weight:bold;text-align:right;", style="background:#d46400;color:#fff;font-weight:bold;text-align:right;",
Table Class: @default
I would like to know what is missing from this recreation, and what is the parameter that enables the two last columns to have a different format from the established row styles.
Thanks for the help!
Yes your server admin can be able to help you to get the storage format. Here is more details on it.
Sorry, we missed this one.
In the columnAttributes "style="background:#c7c7c7;font-weight:bold;text-align:right;", style="background:#d46400;color:#fff;font-weight:bold;text-align:right;","
is enabling the last 2 columns that kind of style.
I see the autonumber column and autototal row styles are mismatching. If you can share your storage format of the macro, we should be able to help. See INFO:How to Get Confluence Storage Format
Thanks! The delay worked out, because other items have been taking my attention till this week.
I don't seem to be able to send you the storage format. We are using a data center model for our server, and I only have space admin privileges. Below is the menu I have on the page. Is this something my server admin can get for me?