Category: responsive tables

Short note on what CSS display properties do to table semantics

We’ve blogged about responsive tables a number of times over the years. There’s a variety of techniques, and which you choose should be based on the data in the table and the UX you’re going for. But many of them rely upon resetting a table element’s natural display value to something else, for ...

Accessible, Simple, Responsive Tables

There is no single solution to make any <table> appropriately responsive. That’s what I like about this post by Davide Rizzo: it admits that, then gets on with some solutions. This is a great addition to territory we’ve been treading for a while. Content and Comparison tables There are many types of ...