Discussion on Pricing Tables for Websites (fully CSS based)

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  • Bought between 10 and 49 items
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Outstanding work! It’s simple enough to develop on my own, but who has the time? This solution fits exactly what I need, it works as promised, and even comes with a JS-based solution and a pure-CSS solution! Two flavors make me a happy customer.

ThemeMakers

I’m very happy to hear these words!
Thank you travislaynewilson!
Regards,
Alex

  • Bought between 100 and 499 items
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  • United States

Hey can this code work in a text/html module? My site is managed by a external company and they won’t allow me to access the FTP to upload the code but i do have a text/html widget. Thank you for your help.

ThemeMakers

Hi cryderc,
Yes, you can create the tables by html editing.
Regards,
Alex

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  • United Kingdom
rodgerk1 Purchased

Hi is it possible to host this app within another web site. Can I rename index.php easily to a name of my choice

ThemeMakers

Hi rodgerk1,
There is no one file named “index.php”, but if you meant “index.html” my answer would be “yes” sure you can rename it as you want and you can also transfer the tables to different pages. Just one notice: dont forget to include a css file for those pricing tables there.
Regards,
Alex

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I am having a terrible time with this. I have a custom website and this code is picking up the UL and LI code that is already styled into my site. It looks all sorts of wonky. How can I keep this self contained and only picking up styles relevant to the tables? I need this done NOW of course, and it’s extremely frustrating :(

  • Bought between 50 and 99 items
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How many columns does this support (i.e. can you go beyond the 4 columns in the example)?

ThemeMakers

You can see the video demo to imagine how many columns it can contain.

Default-user

Iv’e watched the video and I don’t see more than 4 columns. I need to know if it can 5,6 or more columns (not rows). It does not look like it can, but I want to confirm.

ThemeMakers

it can’t be done without some editions with current tables.

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Can i implement this on a WordPress page? if yes, please how can i do this in simple steps.

  • Bought between 10 and 49 items
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Hi, nice work. my challenge is that i want to render my table row after row, not column after column. Is it possible to render row after row?


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