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How to :
- Install and publish the plugin,
- Add the CSS classes "responsive rt" to the < table > tag like that : < table class="responsive rt" >
- Create the < thead > for the first row (it will become the first column on mobile devices),
- Use < tbody > for the content of your table,

Caution
Please, don't use "Responsive Tables" to display images in your content. The plugin DO NOT resize images or videos. If you want/need to display images, the best design practice is using the tag < div >, tables are displaying datas.

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