- November 3, 2015 at 3:03 am #57437
I just purchased, downloaded and installed your WP Pricing Table Pro plugin. Compared to your demo page, I don’t see much of the options for designs and layouts that you have listed there. I’d like to be able to know what I’m doing when styling the table. Using the tinymce selector isn’t helping as I have to guess what settings to use and then check live over and over to see what a particular option does.
I would like my price table to look like your examples “Rock” or “Mega” but have no clue how/where to style that. The “Rock” or “Mega” themes in tinymce aren’t looking like that.
Plus, the tables crunch together and don’t fill the page’s width when there’s more than a few products.
See my test page here: http://highmarkdesigns.com/developer/site2/price-list/
Why is the third table narrower than the others? And why is the regular text content pushed outside the content area???
Please advice as soon as possible as I’m on a time crunch.
//HannaNovember 3, 2015 at 8:12 am #57442
You can test all styles in our demo page and decide which one you need.
Styling Metro Template,
[ahm-pricing-table id=10 template=metro ncolor=”#EE2D63″ fcolor=”#0EE17E” bcolor=”#DAF32A” ]
ncolor = Regular column background color
fcolor = Featured column background color
bcolor = Button background color
Styling Mega Template,
[ahm-pricing-table id=10 template=mega style=”2″ ]
Style = choose any style from 1 to 10 for different color scheme
There might be some css conflict with your theme, which can be adjusted by simple css tweaks.
Please send temporary wp-admin login info in private reply to check the overflowed content issue.
Thanks.November 3, 2015 at 4:56 pm #57443
Thanks for responding. Which demo page are you referring to? I didn’t come across anything where I could test the settings so far.
Setting up temporary login for you that I will send privately shortly.
After you get access, please let me know:
1. why tables with more columns get compressed in width (don’t fill the full width)
2. why regular page content gets pushed outside the content area when I add tables.
HannaNovember 4, 2015 at 5:47 pm #57445
i have updated some css which makes the table full width now. And as your said you want rock style, i changed all templates to rock. Let me when if you need help in future.
Thanks.November 9, 2015 at 11:08 pm #57486
Thanks for fixing the CSS.
I have three tables on one page (http://highmarkdesigns.com/developer/site2/price-list/). How do I get different styles on each of these tables? It seems it picks only one of the styles (“4″) even though my settings are for a different style for each. Here’s my code:
[ahm-pricing-table id=288 template=mega style=”1″ ]
[ahm-pricing-table id=288 template=mega style=”2″ ]
[ahm-pricing-table id=288 template=mega style=”4” ]
And why doesn’t the full headline/table name show on the second table? Should say Board & Blades Package in the left column, but all you see is “Board &” — can I chose not to show that column at all since I have the headline above it in my content area?
ps. Please email me when you respond — it took me a while to notice that you had responded.
November 12, 2015 at 3:28 pm #57521
- This reply was modified 6 years, 3 months ago by hannab.
Replace ../plugins/pricing-table/table-templates/mega folder with attached one. Unzip it first.
Activate previous temporary wp-admin login info, so i can do that for you.
Thanks.November 12, 2015 at 9:39 pm #57523
Replacing the theme folder helped the coloring on my page. Thank you.
However, the other issue still remains — the first column that includes the table name is not showing the full table names. It cuts off. Is there a way to hide this column completely since I already have the table’s name above each table? I tried via CSS but it hides too much, unfortunately.
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