This article explains how to hide rows in a table using the Advanced Tables for Confluence app. In this article, consider using the Table Plus macro for hiding rows.
- Log in to Confluence.
- Insert Table Plus macro of Advanced Tables for Confluence.
- Insert the table and enter the required data in the table. As an example, the following data is used:
- Edit the Table Plus macro.
- Enter the CSS style, display:none, for the respective rows in Row formatting > Start Styling and click Save Settings.
Table Plus editor:
Row style to be applied:
- Publish the page.
Once the page is published, it can be observed that the rows for which the formatting was applied are hidden. The style applied in this example causes the second row to be hidden as follows: