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We've all been hurt by Webflow's lack of native HTML table support. Traditionally, content creators resorted to using images of tables, which posed significant SEO drawbacks, as search engine bots couldn't read these images like text. Moreover, text within images often appeared too small on mobile devices, compromising usability. This guide is for web developers and designers who want to overcome these limitations by creating responsive, SEO-friendly tables. We'll guide you through adding the Showdown library to your project, applying custom CSS for responsive design, and importing tables from Google Docs into Webflow. By using Markdown, you'll ensure that your tables not only look great on all devices but also contribute to better SEO. Whether enhancing a blog or building a sophisticated website, this tutorial will help you effectively present data and organize content in Webflow.
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