Hello Friends, Today in this post, we’ll learn How To create a Responsive Pricing Table Card Design Using Bootstrap, HTML & CSS. Recently I have shared a post, Responsive Sidebar Menu Using HTML CSS & JS. But our today’s topic is Responsive Pricing Table Card Design Using Bootstrap, HTML & CSS.
Pricing tables are all over the place online. Normally two or three lists of features with a price at the top and a button to buy the thing at the bottom. There are a number of free pricing table templates available but the fact you are limited in terms of styling and so on can make them less desirable.
In this article, we’re going to look at how to build your own pricing table using standard Bootstrap components. I’m going to style them using the built-in Bootstrap styles but of course, this is easily overridden with custom CSS so you can make them fit in with the rest of your website.
In this code example, we’re going to use Bootstrap’s card component to build our pricing table. The reason we’re going to use cards is that they are highly flexible with a load of options to extend them into great containers for content.
There are card-headers in which we can put our product name and its price. There are list-groups which we can use for listing the features of our product. There are also card-footers that we can use for our CTA buttons.
What elevates cards even further when using them to create pricing tables are the responsive layout options. Namely card groups and card decks. Using card-groups or card-decks ensures that your pricing table is grouped nicely.
All the cards will be the equal height with the footers lining up for uniform sizing. I’m going to use card-decks in this example as I like the gap they create between each of the cards. However, if you would rather have the cards joined together just swap out the card-deck class for card-group.
Pricing tables are essential tools that help businesses to highlight the value and features of their products and services. An effective pricing table must also help customers to easily compare different plans. Moreover, such a pricing table should also highlight the key difference between plans or products to help customers make an informed buying decision.
Cramming too much information into a pricing table can confuse customers instead of helping them. So, it is best to limit the number of contents in your pricing table. Pricing tables do have the ability to add more value to your offerings and they can also help you meet your business goals.
Here are some of our favorite Bootstrap pricing table designs that will help you get new ideas and inspirations. To keep things as clear as possible, we’re going to build our pricing table in three steps. First of all, we’ll make a single card. Second, we’ll copy that card so we have three of them and wrap them inside a card-deck.
Third, we’ll use some Bootstrap styles to make them look a bit more interesting. Of course, step three is very subjective so you can style them however you like, even using custom CSS if you like.
For any doubts and queries, feel free to leave comments below. Remember to subscribe to our channel. Do share the tutorial if you think it’s worth it.