The very first example was, unsurprisingly, to build a table and then add some text to the cells. The text is of different sizes (one has more characters than the other -- a significant point as you can see).
Here is the markup:
Lines 4,6 - Yes, you now have to use CSS and then specify the display types for teach element. Odd.
Line 26, 27 - A bunch of nested DIV tags is bad practice according to various sources.
Line 30, 31 - I somtimes put comments at the end of nested DIV tags to keep place.