Forgive me if I am posting in the wrong thread, but I was wondering if there was anyone out there who could help me out/guide me in the right direction.
I have recently started using Drupal and I am working with a university helping them redesign their new website. I have never used Drupal before and I am still on the learning curve so bare with me!
On our old website we had webpages that had tables in them with links in each cell. We have a WYSIWYG module that we are currently using and we are simply copying and pasting the information from the old website into a basic page for the new website. However, when we save and preview the new pages, the tables no longer fit the page format that we have lined out. I have tried recreating the tables and the formatting still does not stick. I am wondering if there is some other way to create these tables or if there a module that exists specifically for tables? Ideally, what I envision, is that if the tables are too big to fit on the screen properly, then the default table would have some sort of "Freeze Panes" option so that a user can scroll back and forth, and up and down on the table and still have it fit on the screen.
Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions that could help me out here?
Thanks a lot!!