This FAQ helps resolve issues where your CSV table displays properly in Rapidweaver but does not work after you publish. This FAQ also assumes that you are using an http:// url to display your table.
Do you see an error like this when you publish?
Request config change from your host
Your hosting company probably does not allow you to open urls directly from the fopen() PHP function. This is rare but does happen. Request your hosting company to set the allow_url_fopen config to 1.
Load CSV file via Resources
If you cannot get your host to make the above change, instead of loading your csv file via an http:// url, add your CSV file into Rapidweaver Resources and link to it.
Unfortunately, if you want to use Google speadsheet, then this will not work for you. We will try to release an update in the future that could support http urls better.