The use of HTML tables to display tabular data in rows and columns was initially proposed as part of the failed HTML 3.0 initiative. Tables have been included as a standard part of HTML since HTML 3.2. Many browsers supported tables before they became part of the HTML standard, so virtually all browsers in use support the display of HTML tables.
If you haven't yet completed the Saturday Afternoon session, "Dressing Up Your Pages," please do so before going on to this session. This is a "bonus" session, which means only do it tonight if you have the time, energy, and inclination.
Jennifer Johnson works as an office manager for Honest Ed's Used Cars. Part of her responsibilities is to create and maintain the company's Web site. She is currently learning how to use HTML tables to display sales for the first quarter.