Tables are made with HTML block tool.
Keep use of tables as limited as possible. Remember: Tables were created for displaying numerical data.
Keep tables as small as possible to avoid overloading the user's capacity to process information. Rather than making one, large overcompassing table, keep the information in small chunks: Rethink your information and re-group it when necessary: Make several smaller tables rather than one large one.
Empathize with the user: Think through the received of this information: Is a table the best way to present the information? Keep in mind that almost 50% of our members view our site with their mobile devices. Although our tables are responsive, reading a large table in mobile phone can be taxing.
There are 3 types of tables:
1.) Regular tables
2.) Tables with a hover effect.
The hover will help the user to focus on a row of information. This is particularly helpful when the table is very long.
3.) Large tables
These tables are only "large" in a sense that the header row has larger font and more margin around it. This is to give emphasis to the table on the page. Same rules apply: Keep table as short as possible to reduce cognitive load.
Responsive table has horizontal scrolling when the display isn't large enough to show the table:
Examples of tables in use: