I agree with the direction of your thinking @Federico_Stefanato - thanks for sharing your link. I cross-referenced it back to here as well because I think there’s a simple layer of things that are missing from Coda, like a table/grid for Page layout purposes.
Another example would be Tab Stops, but I can see how those sorts of things might be a little messy to introduce when Pages can be presented on Mobile clients with such ease and tab-stops would start to mess with how that presents, I’d imagine.
However, these Page Layout components can be very helpful and for those coming from GDocs / Office, etc. worlds, Coda feels incomplete when they hit these kinds of limitations. It shows more emphasis on the “database” concept - like Microsoft Access Reports of times past. For the non-technical folks I’ve worked with, this is enough of a mental roadblock that they’d be more apt to just revert back to managing documents in their current form.
Thanks again @Federico_Stefanato for linking me over to your community request. Hopefully we can revive some traction on this idea.