Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Lexicon Demo for WordPress
The Pricing Table particle is a simple particle that enables you to create clean, organized comparison tables. This is a perfect addition to any website featuring tiered products and/or services.
Here are the topics covered in this guide:
These options affect the main area of the particle, and not the individual items within.
|Particle Name||Sets the name for the particle that appears on the back end.|
|CSS Classes||Enter any CSS class(es) that you would like to have apply to the particle's content here.|
|Title||Enter a title here that will appear on the front end.|
|Header Text||Enter any text here you want to appear in the header area of the particle.|
|Footer Text||Enter any text here you want to appear in the footer area of the particle.|
|Grid Columns||Set the number of columns items appear in here.|
Items in this particle are the actual individual columns. Any subitems you assign to these items are represented as rows in this column.
|CSS Classes||Enter any CSS class(es) you wish to apply to the column here.|
|Plan Name||Set a name for the column.|
|Price||Set a price for the product or service represented by this column.|
|Time Period||Enter a period for the column. This could be something like
|Description||Enter a description for the product or service represented by the column.|
|Button Label||Enter a button label.|
|Button Link||Enter the link that takes the user to the product or service page.|
|Target||Enter a browser target for the link.|
|Button Classes||Enter any class(es) you wish to have apply to the button.|
These options appear in the sub-items assigned to the columns. These are individual line items for the column.
|Text||Enter text to appear in the item.|