need help uploading tables using HTML and getting different table to communicate on website (beginner!!)

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I have never tried to make a website before and am trying to make one for my football (soccer) team that I run. I am having difficulty trying to get my players individual statistics as well as the clubs fixtures which i simply want to appear in tables.

If possible I would love to connect the results and statistics to communicate so that when i input the scorers their stats will change.

would anyone be able to help me with this. if you want more info just ask I am not very good at explaining things

thanks for your help
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Hi Ryan,

Google docs is another option you might want to consider. It allows you to embed a chart in your page easily and effectively! Here are the steps:

1. Create or upload your spreadsheet to Google Docs and create the chart. Remember to create it in a new worksheet so that the chart is on its own page.
2. Publish the spreadsheet in Google Docs, you should get a toolbar opening on the right-hand side of your page, click on '"Publish" and then 'More publishing options'.
3. A dialog box will open, change the File Format to "HTML to embed in webpage", choose the rest of the options you want, (remember to choose the right worksheet) and generate URL.
4. Copy the HTML code provided.
5. Go back to your Yola site. Drag and drop an HTML Widget onto the page, paste the code into the HTML editor and press "OK".

If the size isn't to your liking, please go back to your HTML Widget, click on "Edit"on the top left corner of the widget, and adjust the width and height settings in the HTML.

You can also add a chart using a Google Gadget (click on the Widgets folder on the right-hand sidebar to get access to the widget) and browse Google Gadget's site by searching for 'chart'. Customize the widget to your liking, copy the code provided and paste it back in the dialog box on your Yola site.