thanks for your review, I really appreciate it!
As I’m always trying to make TablePress better: Can you elaborate a bit on what you mean with “table manipulation options require some trial-and-error testing”? What specifically did you have trouble with? Maybe I can then offer a better solution to earn TablePress a fifth star in your rating?
The TablePress plugin is a very useful tool designed for WordPress sites like mine. Every website is different, so achieving the desired user experience does require a bit of patience and trial and error to see how the table appears when it is displayed with various settings. Following the steps needed to insert a graphic image inside a table window took a few tries before I got the hang of it. Unlike many webmasters, I am not a proficient CSS programmer, so I resolved myself to accept the default font size and style that the plugin displays in each table box.
thanks for the explanation! I have a better understanding of what you mean now!
I hope that I can make TablePress even easier to use in the future!