* New commands to provide complete control over column widths.
* System plugin lets you put a SuperTable anywhere on your site.
* Built-in CSS style library with presets and custom override to your own CSS file.
* Each table can have its own class to support multiple styles on the same page.
* See our web site for a tutorial and full feature documentation.
SuperTable is a plugin, not a module. It doesn't have a fancy user interface, but you can create regular tables in your WYSIWYG editor and use SuperTable markup to create great results. This also means you can put a table in an article, in a module, anywhere.
There have been a few reports of weird behaviour from the core in SuperTable 1.6. Please try 1.7.1 and if you still have trouble, post on our forums. The more information we have the better!
Thank you for your kind words. We're always open to new ideas, suggestions, improvements, bug reports, the works. It's only through feedback that we know where to place our development efforts.
We'd love to hear your suggestions. You can use our contact form at abivia.net, post on our forums, or even send a Tweet!
The bodywidth command changes the width of body columns within the table, not the width of the table itself.
It is easy to do this. Click the "support" button on this listing for help. A quick search should get you this http://www.abivia.net/forum/11-supertable-plugin/565-changing-the-table-width
If you have any more problems, please post a question on the forum.
Very easy to follow instructions, really great results and I have never experienced support from a plugin like these guys can provide.
Saved me a lot of time and I now have the tables I was hoping for without spending ages working on it.
Thanks to Instance for this great plugin!!!
Thanks! Please drop into our forums and ask the same question and send a link if you can (if you want to keep it private, use our contact form). we'll see if we can help!
I had a little issue and the support answered and fixed it in less then 12 hours!
Sometimes you can't even expect this from a commercial extension! And this one is FREE!
Really happy. Was trying to work out how I could make my tables in Excel look nice when copying into Joomla.
I tried doing it myself (epic fail) and so searched and found this.
It is awesome, it's super easy to get the great looking default table (see Introduction tab on the documentation). Best part is all I need to add is a few words of html code around each table to make it look awesome!
Thanks very much for this plugin :)