Moving Tabulizer files and data from one site to another one is as easy as copying a single folder that contains all rulesets.
In this tutorial we will describe how to turn a list of image filenames into a fancy polaroid image gallery! So, why use a dedicated gallery extension, when you can do it with Tabulizer?
Sometimes you need to split a table into multiple tables, based on the value of a certain column. In other words, all rows that have the same value in the specified column will be put into the same sub-table. In this article we will discuss how to do that the right way, using the built-in functionality and the modification function groupbycolumn.
One of the most frequently asked question is how to make a hyperlink to open in a new window or tab. Tabulizer does not have a built-in support for that, but you can use the modification function sethreftarget that is described in this tutorial. It takes a single argument which is the hyperlink target that can be one of the following:
There are many ways to add images to your table, but in this tutorial we will discuss the use of replacement rules that are unique to Tabulizer. This process is highly recommended as it can save it a lot of time and it's easier to maintain.
Even though Tabulizer does not have any built-in functionality for merging the data of two or more cells, this can be easily achieved by using a modification function. In this tutorial we will present a way of doing that by using the columnmerge modification function.
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