How to use different background in table cells?



  • Roisin  Grieco
    Roisin Grieco

    Hello Péter! To recreate a block like this, you can use a two-column row and adjust the measurement of the left side column as you prefer.

    Then, simply set an image in the left column and a paragraph block with an image block in the right column.

    This way, you can recreate the white and orange part of the design as a clickable image.

  • Péter Dankházi
    Péter Dankházi

    Hello Roisin! Unfortunately, I don't understand your suggestion.

    In this experiment I use a two-column row. The left column has an image, the right column has two tables below each other (the first one with 1 column, the second one with 2 columns). In the second table, I cannot change the background color of the second column.

  • Marianne Madsen
    Marianne Madsen

    Hi Péter, thanks for your response. I believe Ro's suggestion was to avoid the table content block and instead insert a paragraph block at the top of your right column and an image block below (the image block should include the elements highlighted in green in the screenshot below):

    At this point, you would not be able to achieve this exact design with the table content block in Beefree. We currently don't offer the option of changing the background color of a single cell in your table, but I am happy to log this request as feedback to process for our Product Team so they can review your suggestion for the future of Beefree. 

    I hope this is helpful. 


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