Table Fields

Table fields give you a customizable table, where you can create multiple rows of content.

# Settings

Table fields have the following settings:

  • Table Columns – Define the columns that will be available to your Table field.

    Each column has the following properties:

    • Column Heading – The name that will appear in the head of the table.
    • Handle – How you’ll refer to this column from your templates.
    • Width – The width for this column specified in either pixels or a percentage.
    • Type – The type of content allowed in the column. Choose from Single-line text, Multi-line text, Number, Checkbox, Dropdown, Date, Time, Lightswitch, and Color.
  • Default Values – Define the default row and column values for new instances of the field.

# The Field

Table fields will show the table as configured based on the field settings. You can reorder, delete, and add new rows, and modify their values.

# Development

Calling a Table field in your templates and GraphQL queries will return an array of the rows. Each row is a sub-array which holds each of the columns’ values for that row.

{% if entry.myFieldHandle|length %}
  {% for row in entry.myFieldHandle %}
    <li>{{ row.whiskey }} - {{ row.description }} - {{ row.proof }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
{% endif %}

In each example above, the custom column handle could also be accessed by a key named 'col*', where * is the order in which it was saved. Example:

  • whiskeycol1
  • descriptioncol2
  • proofcol3

# Mutating Table Data

You can mutate table data by providing an array of rows, each representing its column’s data with a 'col*' key:

mutation saveEntry(
  $title: String,
  $slug: String,
  $authorId: ID,
  $tableRows: [myFieldHandle_TableRowInput],
) {
    title: $title,
    slug: $slug,
    authorId: $authorId,
    myFieldHandle: $tableRows
  ) {
    dateCreated @formatDateTime (format: "Y-m-d")
    myFieldHandle {

# query variables:
  "title": "Whiskies",
  "slug": "whiskies",
  "authorId": 1,
  "tableRows": [
      "col1": "High West Double Rye",
      "col2": "Blend of straight and rye whiskeys.",
      "col3": 92
      "col1": "Blanton’s Single Barrel",
      "col2": "Has been called liquid gold.",
      "col3": 92