If you have a table already created in another program (such as Excel, Numbers, Google Sheets, etc), there is a website that converts copied cells into an HTML table. For this tutorial, we will be using Tableizer.
Copy the cells from the table you’ve made. Usually, this is done by clicking and dragging across the cells to select all of the relevant rows and columns, then using the shortcut “command+c”. In my example, I’m using Numbers, a spreadsheet program provided by most Apple Mac devices.
On Tableizer, paste (command+p) into the textbox. Your cells might look a little off. Please note that Tableizer does not support copying and pasting merged cells. If your table requires the use of merged cells, please contact the interns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to preview your page before you publish! If something looks wrong, contact the web services interns at email@example.com. The final product should look like this:
|Phone||Year in School||Major|
|Aaron Johnsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||1 (435) 555-8765||Junior||Graphic Design|
|Bridget Thompsonemail@example.com||1 (435) 555-9876||Senior||Information Tech|
|Jane Doefirstname.lastname@example.org||1 (435) 555-1234||Freshman||Web Development|
|John Doeemail@example.com||1 (435) 555-5678||Senior||Information Tech|
|Philip Eldredfirstname.lastname@example.org||1 (435) 555-1011||Junior||Computer Science|
|Rachael Snowemail@example.com||1 (435) 555-1213||Junior||Web Development|
|Sarah Smithfirstname.lastname@example.org||1 (435) 555-4321||Sophomore||Computer Science|