However, if you don't know how to code, then you would be much better off with a programme called 'RSD' (Responsive Site designer). If you have heard about some framework systems called Bootstrap and Foundation, Coffeecup has separate programmes especially for those too (RSD has both of them built in).
I would advise you to download a trial of one of the three programmes RSD, RBB (Bootstrap) or RFF (Foundation) and play with them a bit. If you get stuck, then just get back to us, we'll put you on the right track. I think if you go for Foundation, you will get a lot of help here, as that system has a wider 'congregation' than Bootstrap.
You'll also find that as you read others' code, you'll develop a verbal and spatial/visual vocabulary of relevant terms -- fwiw sounds like you're trying to build up some sort of column-by-row table, and there're a variety of ways of doing this -- one free resource is always W3Schools which discusses this topic, and for responsive tables there're a variety of "pre-packaged" solutions available, with various looks -- it's worth getting into responsive design from starting off, as you are, and here the rule is "start off with mobile and build up" -- work out how you'd like it to look on a phone (say) and design up from there -- NOT what you'd intuitively do with the CC HTML Editor, which was designed for a previous era.
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