9 Best WordPress Plugins to Create Comparison and Pricing Tables
Comparison tables are a great way to help your readers pick the right product for them.
They may be deciding between two or more products. Or maybe they’re deciding which type of service to purchase from you. No matter what the situation is, a visual comparison is a great way to push them towards making a purchase.
Unfortunately, as effective as they are, there’s not really a good way to create comparison or pricing tables in WordPress with the WordPress Editor.
You could create a table yourself using HTML…if you want to waste a lot of time. Or, you could just turn to a plugin to create good-looking tables for you.
And guess what?
You’re in luck because I’m about to list off the best WordPress comparison table plugins and best pricing table WordPress plugins. I’ll include both premium and free options so that you can find a plugin no matter what your budget is.
Best Comparison table & pricing table WordPress plugins
1. WP ComPEAR...
How To Force Browser to Clear Cache in WordPress
One of the activities that we as bloggers are most often engaged in is the changing or editing of our WordPress theme.
One piece of advice you may have heard is to flush your cache after updating your CSS file or theme template. This helps you see the changes immediately. But if you aren’t able to see them, you should also clear your web browser cache.
Today, you are going to learn about something very important. This is so crucial because you may be giving your user a bad browsing experience without even knowing it.
This article is for anyone who has recently changed or edited their WordPress theme.
Here at WPSutra & on my other blogs, I use multi-level caching to ensure my site loads within 1 second. Here is the current cache mechanism that I’m using:
Cache on the server-level using Kinsta hosting.
Cache using CloudFlare DNS service.
Both of these ensure that the majority of my blog section is served on cache & you as a reader get to read my content at a blazing speed.
However, whenever I have to edit the theme, even after clearing the cache from the server, purging the cache from...
2 WordPress Plugins to Delete Orphan Options After Plugin Uninstall
Delete Orphan option after WordPress plugin uninstall
WordPress is fun to work with, but maintaining a high traffic, and an old blog requires a lot more than you can think of. There are many things which we need to do after regular interval like deleting post revisions, deleting trash, deleting comments meta for Akismet and many more task to make sure our WordPress database stays clean. Here is a tip for people who are running an old WordPress blog, and have installed and uninstalled countless WordPress plugin over years. When you uninstall a plugin by deactivating and deleting it, it doesn’t delete all the options table created by plugins. This results in many orphan options created by this plugin. Such options table are not only useless, but it also increases database size with time.
Learn: How to monitor 404 pages in WordPress and add redirection
Here I’m sharing two WordPress plugins, which let you delete options which are left over after a WordPress plugin un-installation.
Delete Orphan option after WordPress plugin uninstall:
Do remember; this step is for advance users only. If you are working on...
How To Buy Hosting For Your Blog in The Next 5 Minutes?
Buy Best Hosting For Blog
I have talked a lot about Bluehost in the past and shared many tutorials that will help you to get started with your WordPress blog on Bluehost. If you have missed them, you can read it here:
How to install WordPress on Bluehost Hosting
Free WordPress Tutorials by Bluehost
When I started my WordPress journey, I had no idea about WordPress hosting, domain name, and it all sounded rocket-science to me. After using Self hosted WordPress blog for years, I know WordPress is one of the easiest Blogging platforms to learn, and start with. In this tutorial, I will guide you on, how to buy WordPress hosting account from Bluehost. Bluehost shared hosting is perfect for any new WordPress blog, and you can easily handle up to 20,000 traffic per day. To start a new WordPress blog, you need two things:
One good thing about Bluehost is, it offers one free domain with who.is guard, so you don’t need to use additional domain registrar to buy the domain. If you already have a domain name with you, you can use that to sign up for Bluehost, and use free domain feature later on. You can get special discount on Bluehost when you sign up from below...
How To Install WordPress Blog on SiteGround – Complete Guide
Siteground WordPress installation
When it comes to affordable entry level hosting for WordPress, very few can offer quality at the nominal price. In the past I have reviewed & shared about Hostgator, Bluehost & almost 8 months back I started using a popular shared hosting company call Siteground.
What I liked about Siteground is their in-house technology & caching system. Their homepage says “Web-hosting crafted with care” which actually is true, as you will be amazed with the features they offer in their shared hosting account. Advanced users can use their Pre-installed GIT & staging feature, where as a WordPress blogger can take advantage of their Supercacher technology  to speed up your site by 4X. It’s a non EIG hosting and after using it for months, I could say the support on Siteground is par excellent.
Their pricing is industry standard & you can get started with their unlimited hosting plan Growbig for as low as $7.95/month.
Siteground hosting packages
Once you have...