If there’s one feature that you’ll find on nearly every single affiliate website, it’s a product comparison table. Seriously – I think a requirement for joining the Amazon Associates affiliate program is that you be able to create product comparison tables – they’re that common.
But despite their ubiquity, most people still laboriously create their product tables using page builders, custom HTML, or an Excel-like table plugin like TablePress.
In this article, I’m going to show you an alternative solution that’s a great option if you’re running an affiliate website powered by WooCommerce.
Tabulizer: Learn How to Create Awesome Responsive Tables and Interactive Graphs with Just a Few Clicks
At some point you will need to add a table into your WordPress post or page. For instance, you want to create a comparison table or simply display the data from an Excel file or another source in a user friendly way. Those of you that have worked with the default WordPress editor know how difficult this can be when the table gets more complicated or if you want to add some extra features like pagination, sorting, filtering or responsive behaviour.