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 BLUEPHRASE, 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 BLUEPHRASE 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: