A table consists of vertical columns and horizontal rows. A table might have an overall table title that appears either as a separate paragraph above the body of the table or in the table’s top row. It usually has a header row, which contains a title for each column, and it might have a header column, which contains a title for each row.
Sometimes text or numbers would stand out better for your Web visitors if they were presented in columns and rows, but they don’t need the structure of a table. In Word, you can use a tabular list—a set of pseudo columns and rows in which you use tabs to line everything up—instead of setting up a table structure. But FrontPage doesn’t accommodate this type of list. When you want to put information ...