Do you have large amounts of table data (statistics, financial data, sports results, scientific data etc) on your website? If so, then managing it can be one of the most frustrating things in your day. Building tables can be tedious and confusing, especially when you have to spend hours aligning everything.
You need to check out wpDataTables, the leading WordPress plugin for tables and charts. Making tables and charts can be reduced to mere minutes, and you will avoid five major issues:
wpDataTables makes table and chart building, and the associated data management tasks required to build them, an easy task. This best-selling, easy to learn and use WordPress plugin, is already in use by more than 12,000 companies.
These companies, together with other wpDataTables users, work with many different types of data, e.g., scientific, financial, statistical, etc.; all of which are easily managed and displayed using this powerful WordPress plugin.
Managing massive amounts of numbers, and related data can be about as much fun as pushing your car 8 blocks to a gas station. You’re never sure if you can get there, and when you do, you’ve got to figure out a way to make up for all the time you’ve lost.
wpDataTables is a data manager plugin that lets you add charts, spreadsheets, and tables to your content without having to code. You can easily create tables manually, automatically using your own data, or by importing data from your own data sources.
Highly productive people seldom touch things twice, but excessive paperwork often makes that productivity tip a hard one to follow. Even though a need for paper shuffling and the problems associated with doing so, has diminished in the digital age, the need to generate documents and reports while working with the WordPress platform remains. This new launch automates this information-generating process, and eliminates the repetitive and piecemeal aspects of the task.
It’s a seemingly simple task – according to the client; and it has to be done today. You could handle it, if only you had more time; a lot more time in fact. Excel isn’t the solution.
You need to create a table that is responsive and interactive, and by the way – fast. Your coding expertise isn’t up to the task; far from it in fact. But wait, is that a superhero approaching?
Tables are a convenient way of displaying data to your website users: information is well-organized, structured, and people always know how to find what they need within table columns and rows. But preparing a table in a WordPress post can be a nightmare for a beginner – all the HTML markup and formatting rules is not an easy thing to handle if you never worked with this before. If only it could be as easy as in spreadsheet applications!