Moodle Markdown editing – hidden treasure Part 10
Part 10 of our using Markdown in Moodle series looking at tables.
Previous posts in this series
- Introduction to Markdown – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-No
- Editor preferences – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-Nx
- Text formatting with Markdown – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-NJ
- Creating headings with Markdown – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-NQ
- Markdown to create lists – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-O4
- Quoted paragraphs – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-O8
- Adding links with Markdown – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-Oc
- Markdown for images – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-Of
- Line breaks and rules – https://wp.me/p8KJp1-Ok
This time we are going to look at tables with Markdown.
You can create simple HTML tables with Markdown. Here is an example:
Name | Age --------|------ Fred | 29 Jim | 47 Harry | 32
This will create a table that looks like this:
Name Age Fred 29 Jim 47 Harry 32
You can apply normal formatting to the cell contents (using HTML) however it’s probably much easier for most of us these days to create advanced tables using the Atto editor and a more visual interface.
More Markdown magic next time!
- Moodle 4.0 – 15th May 2022
- Moodle 4.0 other highlights – 14th May 2022
- Moodle 4.0 Accessibility – 9th May 2022