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HTML::FormFu::Element::SimpleTable - simple table element
The following is yaml markup for a table consisting of a header row containing 2
thcells, and a further 2 rows, each containing 2
type: SimpleTable headers: - One - Two rows: - - type: Input name: one_a - type: Input name: two_a - - type: Input name: one_b - type: Input name: two_b
Sometimes you just really need to use a table to display some fields in a grid format.
As its name suggests, this is a compromise between power and simplicity. If you want more control of the markup, you'll probably just have to revert to using nested block's, setting the tags to table, tr, td, etc. and adding the cell contents as elements.
Input Value: \@headers
"headers" accepts an arrayref of strings. Each string is xml-escaped and inserted into a new header cell.
Input Value: \@rows
"rows" accepts an array-ref, each item representing a new row. Each row should be comprised of an array-ref, each item representing a table cell.
Each cell item should be appropriate for passing to "element" in HTML::FormFu; so either a single element's definition, or an array-ref of element definitions.
Input Value: $string
The supplied string will be used as the class-name for each odd-numbered row (not counting any header row).
Input Value: $string
The supplied string will be used as the class-name for each even-numbered row (not counting any header row).
This library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Carl Franks <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Carl Franks.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.