Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Playing with Tables

Recently, I've been learning a bit about web design, and in the course of my studies I came across a nifty site called Tableizer that creates tables out of data that you copy and paste from spreadsheets.  I soon realized that I could utilize this tool to help create a better layout for the list of psalm recordings I posted a while ago.  So I entered all the data into a spreadsheet (a tedious task), copied and pasted into Tableizer, tweaked the CSS a little, and voila, a somewhat more readable list of psalm recordings.

Free Psalm Recordings, Scottish Psalter

What do you think?  Easier to read, or not really?  Does it take too long to load?  It loads slowly on my computer, but that might just be my computer.

As I've added to and edited this list of recordings, I've found a few errors.  No doubt others had already noticed. :p  If you find any errors--broken links, incorrect data, etc.--please feel free to point them out to me so that I can make corrections.  Thank you!


  1. Just wanted to say I enjoy your Psalm posts and recordings. It's nice to have another blogger out there who loves the psalms like I do:-)

  2. Thanks Stefanie! The feeling is mutual. :)


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