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This page outlines an example of how to style table rows using the CSV macro, Table Plus macro, or Attachment Table macro, which are part of the Advanced Tables for Confluence add-on.

Since release 5.4, there are more capabilities to control table display characteristics. Specifically, setting the table class (default is confluenceTable), table style, and row styles. See Common Table Capabilities for more details.

Macro Browser Input

Select this Macro

Macro Name

Any of the following:

  • CSV (Comma Separated Values)
  • Table Plus
  • Attachment Table
Macro Syntax

Any of the following:

  • {csv}
  • {table-plus}
  • {attachment-table}

Define these Parameters/Values

Table row styles
font-size: 1.5em; font-style:italic;,, background:lightyellow, background:lightblue,

A blank style (notice the 2 commas in a row) is what causes the normal Confluence behavior for the first data row.



Wiki Markup Input

For a table built using the CSV macro:

{csv:autoNumber=true|rowStyles=font-size: 1.5em; font-style:italic;,, background:lightyellow, background:lightblue,}

        Month, Max, Min, Avg
        January,  25.5,  6.3, 15.9
        February, 32.4, 12.8, 22.6
        March,    44.6, 24.5, 34.6
        April,    59.7, 37.1, 48.4
        May,      72.5, 48.7, 60.6
        June,     81.3, 57.9, 69.6
        July,     85.2, 62.8, 74.0
        August,   82.5, 60.7, 71.6
        September,73.7, 51.7, 62.7
        October,  61.1, 40.1, 50.6
        November, 43.6, 27.4, 35.5
        December, 29.9, 13.6, 21.8  


Example Result


Styling guide

The table styling shown in this example utilizes the common table capabilities of several Bob Swift Atlassian add-ons including Advanced Tables for Confluence, SQL for Confluence, and others.

For creative inspiration when styling your own Confluence Tables (including live examples) visit our Styling Guide for Tables.


Other Examples

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