Tables used to be pretty much the only game in town — when you had data of any sort, you pretty much had to use one to display it. You also had to use tables to wrangle the layout of your page into some semblance of order. Thankfully, those days are behind us (thanks to CSS) and now tables can often be more of a hindrance than a benefit for any but the core use cases. That said, they are still the go-to way to get structured data onto the page.
Get a quick look at HTML Tables through this short introductory article by Flavio Copes: Styling HTML Tables with CSS
Follow these 2 interactive screencasts on tables at Scrimba:
Take another short break and carefully study the following MDN article that talks about advanced table features as well as how to create web accessible tables: HTML table advanced features and accessibility
Glance over the HTML Docs on Tables, which you’ll no doubt see again.
Feel free to suggest any resources that helped you out with the concepts of this lesson.