The kind of information you put in a spreadsheet is usually suitable for presentation in an HTML table.
At the most fundamental level, a table element is made up of rows of cells. Each row (tr) contains header (th) or data (td) cells, or both. You may also provide a table caption if you think it’ll help your visitors better understand the table. Furthermore, the scope attribute—also optional, but recommended—informs screen readers and other assistive devices that a th is the header for a table column (when scope="col"), for a table row (when scope="row"), and more (see the last tip) .