@ohspoons It's talking about database columns, and an easy way to visualize a database is to think of a spreadsheet:
You can see there we have a table (all of the columns and rows), which will store data about something, for example it might have an “Article” table for a blog. Then, we have columns. Each column stores a specific piece of data, such as the title for a blog entry or the text for the blog post itself. And then there are rows. Every row stores a new entry, which might be a new blog post, and it will store it's title in the
title column of the row and it's text in the
If we then wanted to have author pages as well, we would create a new table (“Sheet1”, “Sheet2”, “Sheet3” at the bottom would be tables) called Author and have columns in it for
bio, and whatever else we wanted to store.
I hope this helps you understand it a little better