How to Add Tables to WordPress: 10 Table Plugins

January 3rd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Have you ever seen sites with fancy tables included on them? You could always add cool tables to your WordPress site if you know some CSS and have the patience to do some coding. These 10 table plugins make the process even easier though:

How to: automate WordPresss tasks

Easy Table: lets you create tables in your posts and pages easily using a CSV file. It does not require any knowledge of coding.

Websimon Tables: this plugin adds tables to your site using ready-made skins or your own custom designs.

CSS3 Web Pricing Tables Grids: this plugin adds beautiful CSS tables to your site. 2 table styles and 20 color versions are included. The tables offer row and column sorting.

WP-Table Reloaded: lets you create and manage tables using any type of data. Sorting, filtering, and pagination are offered as well.

Pricing Table: want to add pricing tables to your website? This plugin has you covered. It has a drag and drop interface with featured column support.

Table of Contents Plus: it automatically creates a table of contents for your site. It could also create a sitemap for it.

WP Tabular: this is a HTML table generator for WordPress. It has a GUI for creating and sorting your data. It comes with a short-code generator too.

Woocommerce Compare Products: this plugin is useful for those of you who run your website using WooCommerce. It adds comparison tables to your site.

Ether Content Builder: adds a variety of features to your website, including sliders, pricing tables, message boxes, and more.

Easy Chart Builder: not a classic table builder. At the same time, this could prove useful if you would like to display charts on your site.

You don’t always need a plugin to add fancy tables to your site. But if you don’t feel like coding or playing around with your CSS code, the above scripts have you covered.

What’s your favorite table plugin for WordPress?

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James W. Lane January 10, 2013 at 1:41 pm

WP-Table Reloaded Was a great plugin I used for many of my clients sites, but it is outdated! They replaced WP-Table Reloaded with TablePress. (http:/ /http://tablepress.org/) I been updating many of my clients sites with it and it's a amazing rewrite.

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Cyrus January 10, 2013 at 2:49 pm

Thanks for letting me know. I did notice they have that. We need to update this post with that information 🙂

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Adam January 11, 2013 at 9:51 am

Just noticed the same thing. I'm definitely going to look into TablePress.

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Andy January 10, 2013 at 3:39 pm

Honestly, one of the biggest frustrations I have with WordPress is the lack of decent table support baked into core. Thanks for putting together this write up. 🙂

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Jack Beauregard January 15, 2013 at 2:55 am

tablepress, only tablepress (the former wp table reloaded). it really works and has some useful functions to work with tabledata.

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