The Textile formatting language allows the creation of simple table using pipe (|) characters.

For example, entering this in your manual editor:

|_. Plan |_. Price |_. #manuals |_. #authors |_. #topics |
| Free | US $0.00 | 1 | 1 | 20 |
| Solo | US $9.95 | 1 | 1 | unlimited |
| Pro | US $29.95 | 5 | 2 | unlimited |
| Team | US $24.95 | 10 | 5 | unlimited |
| Enterprise | US $99.95 | 25 | 10 | unlimited |

will result in a table like this:

Plan Price #manuals #authors #topics
Free US $0.00 1 1 20
Solo US $9.95 1 1 unlimited
Pro US $29.95 5 2 unlimited
Team US $24.95 10 5 unlimited
Enterprise US $99.95 25 10 unlimited

Note how the above example uses _. before a cell value to create header cells.

Alignment within table cells

Here’s how to align text within table cells:

|<. align left |
|>. align right|
|=. center |
|<>. justify |
|^. valign top |
|~. bottom |

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