Features / Usability

Populating table cells with pictures and caption

posts: 4

Hi Guys,

This is my first post.

I am new to tiki and need to insert some pictures into a table with underlying captions.

In other words, I want to create a wiki page with pictures arranged in a matrix form or table.

The problem is:
After creating the table and inserting the pictures in the editor view it show up correctly (this is fine), But after saving the page it looks quite different(shifted). Each cell with a picture would occupy a whole row and no image is placed side by side but rather arranged vertically.

I’ve tried with tiki version 14 and version 15.2. The result is the same.

I spent considerable time trying, but unfortunately this was not fixed.

So, please can any one help me to get a simple table populated with images and showing up in an ordered way ?

Thank you in advance

In the Attachment you can see what it should look like:

posts: 460

Sunny, at this time that is actually a bug, you cannot insert images side by side with captions.
You can insert images side by side without captions though by toggling the param responsive=n

Here is the bug report I filed at https://dev.tiki.org/tiki-view_tracker_item.php?itemId=6301

A developer has claimed it for a fix, so hopefully we see something in the near future that will work.

posts: 460

Sunny, I actually was able to produce the results you may be after. See at http://tpwtestuser.com/tikibeta/tiki-index.php?page=Test+Image+Side+by+Side+in+Table

The first section I did with table.
The second section I did with plugin Split https://doc.tiki.org/PluginSplit

You can adjust the columns any percentage you want.
If you need more help just holler.

See source of test page I linked you too for syntax.


posts: 4

Thank you John for your support.

I’ll try to follow your example and let you know.

Thanks again


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