The Table Filter Content Type filters a table as the user types in to the Search Bar.  (Please see the example at the bottom of this page)

  • The Table Filter can only be used on one table in a section
  • If you have multiple tables on your page, the Table Filter will only filter the table that has the ID (in Table Properties) named ‘filterable’ (see point 2 below).
  1. Using the Content Type 'Content (no Title)' or 'Content Rich Text', Create your table

    Table Properties

  2. Edit the properties of your table, click into the 'Advanced' tab, and type ‘filterable’ into the ID field.

    Table Properties Advanced Tab with ID field highlighted

  3. Add the content type 'Table Filter' to your section:
    Populate the Name field (labelled '1', below). 
        Fields for Name of Content Type and Headline, Search Box and Error Message if needed for Table Filter Content type

  4. There are 3 optional fields to populate, if needed
  • Headline:  If you wish your table to have a heading add the text here (2)
  • Filter Tip: This text will be the prompt for the user, i.e. Search for your course… (3)
  • Error Message:  If you want a bespoke error message type it here, the default message is No Matches Found. (4)‌
  1. Click on Placement tab and place the 'Table Filter' content type above your table

Placement tab example

   6.   Click 'Add & Approve'

Note:  Only 1 table per page can be made filterable.

Dog Breeds

Breed   ColourSize
Corgi    Brown Medium
Scottish Terrier Black or White Small      
Springer Spaniel    Brown and White Medium
Labrador Brown and White and Black Large
St Bernard    Brown and White or Black and White Very Large
Leonberger    Brown Very Large
German Shepherd    Brown and Black Large