How to install the Muse Table Widget
After downloading the muse-table.zip from MuseGain.com, just unzip and double click on the .mulib file.
In the library panel you will find a new folder called "Musegain - Muse Table".
In this folder there are the following widgets:
How to create a table with Google Sheet
Login to your Gmail account and go to Google Sheet site.
1. Create a new spreadsheet
2. Create your table (columns and rows)
3. To make your table "public" and use it with the Muse Table widget, you only need to click the "Share" button and then "Done".
4. Now you can copy the URL from the address bar and paste it inside the widget menu (don't forget that the URL must end with "/edit#gid=0")
How to add a link
You can create a link by wrapping the link title in brackets [ ], and then the URL in the parentheses ( ).
How to add an image
If you want to embed images you need to enter the image title inside the brackets with the exclamation point outside, as follows ![IMAGE_TITLE].
Then add the image URL in the parentheses ( ).
E.g. ![My Image](image URL)
How to customize the table
Customize each single aspect of your table (border color, pagination, search box etc. ) directly from the widget menu.
You can change the font directly from the Muse Text menu.
Note that you have to use the Hyperlinks menu to customize the pagination links - Normal, Rollover and Active state
How to use the download button (PDF)
Drag and drop the Download Button (PDF) widget from the library panel. You can find a widget inside a Muse native State Button. Open the widget menu and paste the same URL you have used to share the table as mentioned before. This widget generates a PDF copy of your table that your visitors can download directly from your site. You can customize the button as a simple Muse State Button widget, using the Muse native tools.
Note that you need to have the widget inside the State Button content area to have the download button correctly configured.