Stack for Pricing tables?

(Wondrous) #1

Who can tell the stack, with which you can make a comparison of tariffs or prices?

Or how can I insert into the page code ready CSS and HTML with these tables? And that code did not affect all the other elements. In the Internet there are enough solutions, but they are better to insert into the page, is not clear.

(Rob Beattie) #2

Maybe this is the kind of stack you are looking for?


(Wondrous) #3

Thank you, but not that. Would like a more modern and attractive (interesting) look.

(Rob Beattie) #4

Can you give us a link to anything you’ve seen that you think is more suitable?

(Wondrous) #5

Rob, for example:
If they could somehow insert into the page below the code tables do not affect other elements, the stack will not need.

(David) #6

How about this one:

(Wondrous) #7

Thank you, it’s more like what is sought :slight_smile: But the price…

But it is still interesting to know, how on the page to insert the codes of these tables (which are on different sites) so they pulled down the appearance and the whole design of page.

(Adam Shiver) #8

Seems like a pretty reasonable price, and Yuzool is a good developer. This looks to be a good choice for what you are asking about.

(Michael Frankland) #9

Thanks @Elixir and @thang for the mention

Check the site @Wondrous - it’s on sale at the moment :slight_smile:

(Dominick Designs Websites & Tech Training Seminars LLC) #10

I know you can achieve this via Foundation and/or Match height — by Joe Workman

(Andreas Belivanakis) #11

Here are a couple of the best-looking, feature-rich pricing tables I’ve seen. Drop shadows, badges, pop-out panel(s):



You might want to take a look at Marquee -

Cheers, Bill

(Will Woodgate) #13

StandOut could also possibly work well for a pricing table and is donationware.

(Jannis from inStacks Software) #14