In Learn HTML: Tables, step 5 of 13. There is mention of using the scope attribute. I’m wondering what the significance is of doing so. If the table heading has a title associated with it shouldn’t it already show up in the proper place? for example.
<tr> <th>Question</th> </tr>
<tr> <th scope= "row">Question</th> </tr>
It looks like these two display the code in the same way, so I’m wondering why we add the scope attribute (my guess is it makes something easier that we learn about late on) and whether I should just adopt it as best practice?