CoreUI Table has been created as an extension of Bootstrap Table. Table is delivered with some new features, variants, and unique design that matches CoreUI Design System requirements.

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TablesBasic example

Using the most basic table markup, here’s how.table-based tables look in Bootstrap.

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TablesVariants

Use contextual classes to color tables, table rows or individual cells.

Class Heading Heading
Default Cell Cell
Primary Cell Cell
Secondary Cell Cell
Success Cell Cell
Danger Cell Cell
Warning Cell Cell
Info Cell Cell
Light Cell Cell
Dark Cell Cell
TablesStriped rows

Use.table-striped to add zebra-striping to any table row within the<tbody>.

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These classes can also be added to table variants:

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TablesHoverable rows

Add.table-hover to enable a hover state on table rows within a<tbody>.

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These hoverable rows can also be combined with the striped variant:

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TablesActive tables

Highlight a table row or cell by adding a.table-active class.

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TablesBordered tables

Add.table-bordered for borders on all sides of the table and cells.

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Border color utilities can be added to change colors:

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TablesTables without borders

Add.table-borderless for a table without borders.

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TablesSmall tables

Add.table-sm to make any.table more compact by cutting all cellpadding in half.

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TablesVertical alignment

Table cells of<thead> are always vertical aligned to the bottom. Table cells in<tbody> inherit their alignment from<table> and are aligned to the the top by default. Use thevertical align classes to re-align where needed.

Heading 1 Heading 2 Heading 3 Heading 4
This cell inheritsvertical-align: middle; from the table This cell inheritsvertical-align: middle; from the table This cell inheritsvertical-align: middle; from the table This here is some placeholder text, intended to take up quite a bit of vertical space, to demonstrate how the vertical alignment works in the preceding cells.
This cell inheritsvertical-align: bottom; from the table row This cell inheritsvertical-align: bottom; from the table row This cell inheritsvertical-align: bottom; from the table row This here is some placeholder text, intended to take up quite a bit of vertical space, to demonstrate how the vertical alignment works in the preceding cells.
This cell inheritsvertical-align: middle; from the table This cell inheritsvertical-align: middle; from the table This cell is aligned to the top. This here is some placeholder text, intended to take up quite a bit of vertical space, to demonstrate how the vertical alignment works in the preceding cells.
TablesNesting

Border styles, active styles, and table variants are not inherited by nested tables.

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Header Header Header
A First Last
B First Last
C First Last
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TablesTable head

Similar to tables and dark tables, use the modifier classes.table-light or.table-dark to make<thead>s appear light or dark gray.

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TablesTable foot
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Footer Footer Footer Footer
TablesCaptions

A<caption> functions like a heading for a table. It helps users with screen readers to find a table and understand what it’s about and decide if they want to read it.

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You can also put the<caption> on the top of the table with.caption-top.

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