This article explains how to set border for column(s) for a table using the Table plus macro in the Advanced Tables for Confluence app.
- Log into your Confluence instance, and,
- Insert Advanced Table - Table Plus macro and insert a table inside the macro.
- Edit the macro and click Start Formatting, then click Cogwheel , and, select Show column attributes as shown:
Provide the following styles to the columns in the same order as the columns numbered 1, 2, and, 3:
style="border:3px solid orange"
style="border:5px double green"
After the styles are entered, the column attributes styles look like:
- Click Add formatting to add more columns and their attributes.
Click Save settings, and then, Save the page to see the column borders for your table.
You can watch the customization ticket, TBL-1221, to know more about ways to apply column styles to override the default Confluence table styles.