With a table you can neatly display an overview or schedule on your pages. On this explanation page you can see how you can put a table on the page and how you can adjust the 'padding' (inner space) of the table.
If you want to add a table to your pages, you can do this via Gnap. Go to the page where you want to add the table and position the cursor where you want it. Then choose the 'Insert content' icon (the leaf with the arrow). There you can choose 'Table'.
You can then choose which table you want to display. Select the desired table and click on 'continue' to place the table.
The table will be placed directly on the spot where you stood with the cursor by means of a 'taggie'. This taggie looks like this:
Here you can still manually set the 'padding'. That is the space in the cells of the table (how many pixels of space there is around the contents of the table). You do this by modifying the taggie, as follows:
The value behind the ~ sign is the number of pixels of space. In the example above, that is 15 pixels. If you don't do this, the default padding is 3 pixels.
In the video explanation below you will see how you can add a table to your pages, for example to show a diagram.