Creating pricing tables in WordPress is not easy. The visual post editor in WordPress doesn’t have a table generator either. In order to create a table, you need to install a plugin. However, most tables related plugins are not designed to be used for pricing tables. In this article, we will show you how to add beautiful pricing tables in WordPress without writing any code.
First thing you need to do is install and activate Easy Pricing Tables plugin. It is a premium plugin with prices starting from $29 for a single site license. However, it’s completely worth it because it will save you a lot of time.
Upon activation, the plugin adds a ‘Pricing Tables’ menu item to your WordPress admin bar. Clicking on it will take you to the plugin’s settings page.
If you have not already activated your license key, then the plugin will now ask you to do so. You will need to enter your plugin license key and click on the Activate Key.
The plugin will verify your license key and show a green active sign after activation. You will need to click on the save changes button to store your settings.
Creating Your First Pricing Table
To create a pricing table in WordPress, simply go to Pricing Tables » Add New. You will see the screenshots of available templates to choose from. At the time of writing this article, there were 5 templates available. Simply click on the Use this template button below the template you would like to use.
After choosing a template, click on the Content tab to enter table contents. In the table content area, you will see columns with different fields. First you need to add a plan name, then pricing and features. After that you need to provide button text and URL.
You can easily add a new column by clicking on the New Column button. Often in pricing tables, you may notice that one plan is marked as featured or most popular. You can do this in your pricing table as well by clicking on the feature column button for the specific column that you want to highlight.
Once you are finished adding content for your pricing table columns, you can move on to Design tab. This is where you can tweak the visual appearance of pricing table.
That’s all. You can now click on the Save & Preview button to see how your table looks.
If you want to change anything, then you can do so by editing the table. When you are done, click on the Deploy (Get Shortcode) button. You will then see a popup containing the shortcode you need to add this pricing table into any WordPress post or page. All you need to do is copy the shortcode and add it to your post or page where you want to display the pricing table.
We hope this article helped you easily create beautiful pricing tables in WordPress without writing any complex HTML/CSS. If you just want to add tables into your WordPress post, then take a look at our guide on how to add tables in WordPress without writing any HTML or CSS.