If you poked around the Internet in the early ‘90s, you saw a lot of tables in Netscape Navigator. Colors were often very bland, using what I call Netscape Gray (Red, Green, and Blue, all set to 128 producing a medium-gray color). Web sites weren’t as graphically attractive as they are today, and we didn’t have CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). But the early versions of HTML did provide us with tags to create tables for displaying tabular data, and with the border=0 tag, web designers could create grid designs. Those early web page designs could use HTML table tags to display tabular data in more concise ways than simply adding text within paragraph tags.