Proper application of styles and the responsive behavior depends on semantically correct structure of the tables. Tables should use the <thead> and <tbody> tabs. Table headers should have the scope attribute to indicate how the headers should be interpreted.
Using the float-left and float-right classes, a table can be positioned to the left or right of the main text. Positioning left or right is limited to larger screen sizes. At smaller screen sizes, the styled tables are displayed at full width.
Applied to a <table> tag for basic styles. Padding is applied to cells and the table width is set to 100%. All other TYFY table styles should be used in combination with this style.
Applied to a <table> tag to add shading to even-numbered rows in within the <tbody>.
Applied to a <table> tag to add horizontal rules between table rows. Table heading cells with the attribute scope="col" will have increased rule thickness to distinguish them from table cells.
Applied to a <table> tag to add vertical rules between table columns. Table heading cells with the attribute scope="row" will have increased rule thickness to distinguish them from table cells.
Applied to a <table> tag to float the table left or right. Width of a floated table is approximately 50% of the containing element, including an appropriate margin. Adjacent tables can be floated left and right for a side-by-side layout. At screen widths below the value of $tyfy-break-floats, the float styles are disabled.
Screen width above which float styles are enabled.
Screen width below which responsive tables are converted to labeled lists
Table cell font selection
Border thickness for table cells
Default border color
A background color for shading when using the .striped class
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