Responsive Design at the Table Level

Published on Thursday, June 06, 2013

Responsive Design at the Table Level

Co-founder Phil Wegrzyn applies jquery magic to view tables on a phone

Co-Founder and long-time contributor to tech-talks at the Chicago Area DotNetNuke User Group, Phil Wegrzyn showed us how to add style sheet and jquery code to transform a wide multi-column table into a clean display for iPhone or Android.


Using the techniques presented, one can shrink a multiple-column table down to 2 - a data column and an expand button. It's a very eloquent way of displaying complex tabular info on a small screen device.

This presentation was given at the June online meeting of the Chicago Area DotNetNuke User Group. Don Gingold introduces Phil and then asks a few questions from the audience.

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2 comments on article "Responsive Design at the Table Level"


Phil Wegrzyn

6/6/2013 9:52 PM

if you want to try this demo online, its available at

in FF or Chrome, shrink the width of the page and you will see the responsiveness of the table, or check it out on a full size browser, and then on a mobile phone.


Don Gingold

6/19/2013 10:22 PM

Thanks, Phil.

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