This is a brief lesson on building a table in the Trabian CMS.
The logic behind a table, written in the markup language Textile, is that the pipe spearates each cell and each line represents each row.
For a styled table, type table(styled). above the table (Figure 1).
Then signify the header with (header). before the first row (Figure 2). This is optional; if you have no header, then you can leave off the (header). tag.
The first column is bolded by using _. (Figure 3) which is in itself optional.
Each row is begun and completed by the pipe character " | " which is located to the far right on the QWERTY keyboard above the "Enter" or "Return" key. Each cell is separated by a pipe.
There is no limit on the number of cells, rows or columns.