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Confluence: hide table cell borders

Pavel Tarasenko Jun 11, 2012

Hi all,

Is it possible to completely hide Confluence table borders without tinkering with CSS styles?

Setting "border" to "0" gives in 1px gray borders around table cells (Confluence 3.5):

{table:border=0|cellpadding=0|cellspaceing=0|frame=void|rules=none}

|| header1 || header 2 ||

| cell11 | cell 12 |

| cell 21 | cell 22 |

{table}

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Thomas Schlegel Community Leader Jun 11, 2012

Hi Pavel,

you have to do it like this:

{table:border=0|cellpadding=0|cellspaceing=0|frame=void|rules=none}
{tr}
{th}header1{th}
{th}header 2{th}
{tr}
{tr}
{td}cell11 
{td}
{td}cell 12 
{td}
{tr}
{tr}
{td}cell 21 
{td}
{td}cell 22 
{td}
{tr}
{table}



Pavel Tarasenko Jun 11, 2012

Thanks for your answer!

I'm bit confused by Confluence table syntax, because by default Confluence editor generates a table with cells separated by pipe "|" symbol. I somehow expected that iternally the same rendering code used for both syntax variants - pipe "|" and {tr}{td}.

Do you have any idea why tables were impletented this way? Is {tr}{td} more preferable / recent syntax than "|"?

Thomas Schlegel Community Leader Jun 11, 2012

Hi Pavel,

the regular Wiki-Syntax for tables is the one with pipes.

But if you use the {table} makro from adaptavist, you have to use also the {tr}, {th} and {td} macros inside.

You cannot use the pipe-Syntax within the {table}-Makro. Then you get a regular Confluence-Table with borders.

Best regards

Thomas

Tom Corcoran Apr 11, 2013

In confluence 4.3.6 it seems one can't edit the markup anymore. Is there anyway of getting rid of a table border once created?

Table Plugin for Confluence will do what you want:

{table-plus:border=0|class=''}
|| header1 || header 2 ||
| cell11 | cell 12 | 
| cell 21 | cell 22 |
{table-plus}

Marco Wedekind May 02, 2013

Hey Bob,

exactly what I was just looking for :)

Thanks

Marco

Eric Rodewald Nov 14, 2018

So what you're saying is that Atlassian has essentially allowed for zero-border tables to be locked down behind your paid add-on that is not available for my several-thousand-user Cloud instance?

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