Taking a blog to the next level requires a little effort on your part. What kind of effort?
The answer is a hunger to make every blog post full of useful content and adding relevant charts and tables is one of them.
To stand out from your competitors, you must outrun them with high quality posts. Many blogging experts recommend adding charts and tables in blog posts.
More than 12,000 websites use this plugin.
With wpDataTables, you can create charts and tables in three easy steps-
1. Submit data
Insert your link or submit your file or past your MySQL query or type it manually. It’s easy to submit the data.
Be unique in your data presentation.
2. Customize however you want
If you have any conditions, add them. If you want responsive and editable ones, then fine tune your tables the way you want.
Do learn from the charts and table you see while browsing the internet.
Using WordPress Editor or Visual Composer, you can publish the tables in your blog posts and pages.
Here are some of the spectacular features of wpDataTables –
1. Easy and no complex configuration
One can create tables and charts without any hassle with wpDataTables.
2. Responsiveand Editable
Responsive tables and charts are one step away with wpDataTables and can work across all devices. WordPress users can edit the content tables.
3. Tables with large no of rows and columns
You can create upto millions of columns and rows and all these operations are handled by MySQL server.
4. Indivual filters and highlights
With wpDataTables, you can create individual filters to narrow down the results. Another features is Highlights. Easily highlight cells, rows and columns depending on content.