Table question

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    Shawn Davis
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    I’m sure this is probably a pretty simple question for most people, but I’m not real familiar with code….so I just assume ask than mess it up. I want to use the Celestial table starter code for creating tables with custom header background…but I can’t quite figure out how to get the code to repeat without messing up the code. Can you help me out with what part I need to repeat? I figured out the the beginning part of the code doesn’t need to be repeated, where does the code start to just just fill in more of the rows (and columns if that is also possible).

    #18672

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Shawn…I’m assuming this is for the older (discontinued) Celestial Pro theme and not the Celestial Reloaded one? Just a few questions first though.

    1. What version of Celestial do you have?
    2. What table starter code are you using?

    #18673

    Shawn Davis
    Member

    My theme says reloaded 2.4.0.

    Here’s my screen shot of the code file. It’s the same from the demo from this link:
    http://demo.styledthemes.com/celestial-reloaded/labels-and-highlights/
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    #18674

    Shawn Davis
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    Table Heading Heading
    Some content here Some content here
    Some content here Some content here

    wow…that pic was pretty small here’s the text if it shows up ok in this box.

    #14371

    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Ah ok, makes sense now 🙂 I was trying to find this in the older Celestial theme. Anyway, if I understand you correctly, you want to add more rows (and columns) to the table? If so, you would add this after the last that you see:

    
    Some content here
    Some content here
    
    

    The above code that you pasted gives you two rows and then with the snippet I just added here, adds another row with two columns. Each column is a set of

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