The Table Plus macro adds advanced functions and formatting to Confluence tables, by:
- Dynamically totalling numeric data.
- Dynamically numbering each table row.
- Defining the default sort order for the table.
- Highlighting a row when the user hovers the pointer over it.
- Using CSS to style the entire table or individual columns and rows.
This macro supports certain common table capabilities. This adds column sorting and other attributes to one or more tables found in the body of the macro. The tables can be produced by wiki markup or other means. Clicking a column heading sorts the column and clicking again, reverses the order. Note that the Excel, CSV, or SQL macros already have most of these capabilities.
This macro can be deployed using one of the following methods:
|Selected from the macro browser||Advanced Tables - Table Plus|
In the body of the macro, insert a Confluence table as you normally would and edit the row and columns as needed. On rendering or preview, the Table Plus macro processes the table to add the advanced capabilities according to the parameters specified on the macro.
The Table Plus macro can be added to the Insert More Content menu for quick and easy access.
The parameters listed on this page are a part of our common table capabilities that are available in many macros that produce or modify tables.
Click a column heading to toggle the sorting of that column.
The list of all other macros available within this app is as follows: