I have a table in Confluence Cloud where I manually adjusted the column width. How do I reset the column width so that it's automatically resized by Confluence and doesn't fix the column width to what I manually set?
Basically I'd like to reset the column property back to default.
I came here with the same problem, I ended up finding my own solution.
If you are comfortable with editing HTML, open the source editor via the '< >' icon at top right.
Scroll through the page code until you find the top of the table.
Remove the width attribute from the table tag
Remove the <colgroup> set.
When you exit the editor, it will replace the colgroup set with empty values
That seemed to work for me.
Hi @JD Stuart
The quickest method is to add a new table.
Confluence will react to the table and the contents within it, so it depends on the number of columns - and as you add or remove columns, it will re-size to consider the size of the page and the columns within it.
If you want to reset your table - adding a new one (or removing and re-adding columns to an extent), will help get to those sizes.