Learn about the various ways your Class Listings Tables can be customized using HTML code.
Follow these four steps to customize your Class Listings Tables.
Filtering your Class Listings Tables to show only a specific group or sub-group of classes is the backbone of customizing your tables.
Once you have your table filtered to your desired results, you may want to hide some of the columns in the table.
Once you have your table filtered and columns are hidden as needed, there are seven additional columns that aren't normally shown, but, can be added.
Learn how to use HTML code to sort the rows in your Class Listing Tables.
If you are familiar with using the HTML div tag, there are a few rules you can apply to your scripted tables.
There are a few special tricks that can be achieved by adding these parameters to the end of the query string.
If your WebHost does not allow scripting tags, these two options may still allow you to use Class Listings Tables.