I’ve recently wanted to make a few columns in some of my markdown pages. I got some kind of a wiki which gathers a lot of notes of related subjects.
I’ve encountered an issue when applying my columns with html and a little css. The html is processed but the markdown inside it won’t render.
I think is a necessary feature because is kind of weird to have a large thin list of items in a normal/large monitor. I am also open to a workaround with pure markdown.
Hi @Alejandro - I recently wanted to create a real looking food label with tables and didn’t know how. I searched the forum and found this: Custom CSS for tables - 5 New styles, ready to use in your notes by @DeaconLight
If you look through his CSS you will find many selectors for markdown tables that you can address with CSS. Or just use one of his 5 fantastic styles!
Markdown tables themselves are no more than
You cannot do nested tables, but with some smart thinking you can achieve a lot!
I do advice you to install the Advanced Tables plugin , it will help you a lot.
This is my simple markdown table “code”
and with CSS that looks like this
PS Obsidian is a markdown editor/viewer, not html. You can use html inside your note, but using markdown tables is not a workaround, but rather the way to go
I also would fine this useful sometimes. In kramdown it is supported through the use of a special
markdown="1" property. I agree that html use is a bit of a hack, so I prefer to get back to markdown as quickly as possible for inner content.