Arranging your data into tabular form has never been so easy!
Creating HTML tables has always been a study in perseverance. If you work at it long enough you eventually get the results you want.
With blue-phrase, creating tables is straightforward, and way easier than Markdown, wikitext, or straight HTML.
Let's start by examining the finished result —
||goat or sheep hair
||cocoon of Chinese silkworm
||cellulose from cotton bolls
||seed pods of the Ceiba tree
Classic table notation
The classic blue-phrase notation to accomplish this looks like:
Implied table notation
The classic notation can be abbreviated by using implied notation.
The two rules we need to know are:
table semantax has an implied child of
tr semantax has an implied child of
Knowing these rules, we can shorten things up to look like this:
Inline table notation
The implied notation can also be written using inline phrases, which looks like this: