The best way to create a table that works with shortcodes?

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    hich
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    Hi,

    Maybe you know a good plugin or easy way to create a custom table in a page; I need to create a listing with downloaded products using shortcodes. I’m using Premise with genesis child theme Epik and all I need to do is to find a way to display products in a page with Premise shortcodes in a table.

    Do you recommend me to create the table in Html or shall I create a custom page template?
    I have no skills in php. I’m skilled in CSS and Html.

    Appreciate your feedback,

    #70503

    David Chu
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    Hi,
    I get requests like this frequently from clients, and I will set up shortcodes accordingly. I’m actually running Epik on my own homepage. But neither Epik nor Premise have built-in shortcodes for that particular purpose, as far as I know.

    Short of hiring someone to help you, you could try this plugin – it makes HTML tables (normally nasty) to work in a pleasing manner.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/tablepress/

    Dave


    Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers

    #70654

    hich
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    Thanks TablePress works perfectly!

    #70668

    David Chu
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    Great!
    As a CSS guy, of course I reflexively hate tables, :) But Tobias is a killer developer and super nice guy. He did the impossible, he almost made me like tables again!

    If you’re able, donate him a little money as I did!

    Cheers, Dave


    Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers

    #70670

    hich
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    When everything is set up and running, I will certainly donate him money! This plugin should be a paid plugin! Thanks again.

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