There is no denying the fact that tables are a great way to render comparative information.
Often we see this when visiting eCommerce websites.
No matter if you want to compare products’ features, service availability, or multiple useful information, tables are seemingly easier to convey data-rich information.
Now you might be wondering when the same job can be done by a few chunks of text why one would need tables, right?
Well, that’s true up to some extent since visitors tend to consume the variable information faster through tables rather than thick paragraphs.
In addition, it lets them make a well-informed decision on their own based on the given data.
That boils down to you can’t overlook the difference it makes to the information conveyance.
But, here that’s not the matter we will have a discussion about, instead, we will sift through the process to design responsive tables in WordPress.
For the sake of it, I would like to ask - can you recall the design of tables you viewed a few years back on websites?
How were they? Means, if you were able to watch the information easily or have to apply a little external force to pinch and swipe the screen?
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