Modern table design, PSD and HTML template

Make your table data look more professional. Modern table design with a smooth blue and gray gradients, sharp lines, and readable data. Get the fully customizable HTML and CSS template, or if you prefer images download the Photoshop PSD template.

modern table design




File Size: 11KB HTML and 884KB PSD source
Format: HTML and CSS
Color theme: blue, gray
Keywords: clean and readable data, low size and fast loading graphical data, update with own stats
Author: PSD Graphics
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  1. Thanks for the share!

    You can easily integrate this into WordPress by placing it into the HTML view of any page where you want it. Or you can put it in a story as well.

  2. Thanks for sharing this awesome psd files.
    One thing I want to ask. Will I be able to integrate the html/css code in my WordPress theme?

  3. Thanks for the table. I notice on your examples on this page the corners are rounded but in the actual demo and download the corners are squared. What’s the easiest way to change this so the corners are rounded?

    1. Make two images with corners, the first one for top corners and the other one for bottom corners. Then make two more divs (with these images in the background), and place them at the top and the bottom of the table.

  4. Thanks but i had an issue when i tried to extend the table into more items. i could not get the background to continue and i could not find it in the css. I wanted to use this for a price list of my services. Any suggestions?

    1. Rob, you have two options. You can scale down width of the cells. Also you can extend main div named “psdgraphics-com-table” and central div “psdg-middle” to get more horizontal space for cells.

  5. Hey, I just noticed that instead of Windows 7, it say “Windown 7”. I take it that’s a mistake?