Editing Snippet Tables
What are "Editable Tables"?
Many snippets use editable tables to organize the content included in the snippet. The information you enter or select in the table cells help build out the final snippet.
These terms may be used when describing editable tables, but they all refer to the same thing:
- Editable Tables
- Snippet Tables
- Table Transformations
The Google Calendar snippet gives you a table with two columns: an option to select the view type, and a text input of the Google Email Account ID.
When you save the page and publish, this table is transformed into the actual calendar display:
The actual transformation from table to designed snippet happens behind the scenes, so that you can easily manage the snippet content.
- Be careful not to unintentionally delete certain parts of the table. For example, if you backspace too many times, you may end up deleting a part of the table, rather than just the text you need to edit.
- Watch out for extra spaces. They're sneaky, so make sure they don't creep up where you don't want them.
- For rows that have special formatting, be sure to use the Row > Copy and Row > Paste functions so that you successfully bring over the existing formatting to the new row that you are creating.
The following document explains how to work with these tables.