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Anything involving a table breaks responsive design

Tables are necessary for presenting large chunks of information in a digestible format, however it seems like anything involving a table completely breaks responsive design once I test on mobile. Please find us a solution!

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I have gone into the source code and changed the table to 100% but have to remember to also change your columns to %. This is also a good tip for photos as well. WISH that % was an option when uploading so we don't have to do these extra steps.

  • Sara commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I've had much better luck using the Minibase app to create simple tables and, alternatively, coding custom tables in html using a <div> and assigning the table 100% width. (I do find it odd that Blackboard always switches anything labeled theader to tbody when I code tables manually.)

    The Table app presents data row by row from left to right when switching to mobile. There may be a case where this would be useful but I haven't yet come across it.

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