A Divi pricing table is a visual representation of the different pricing plans or packages that a company offers. It is typically used to help potential customers compare the features and benefits of each plan and to make a decision about which plan is right for them.
Divi includes a pricing table module by default and there are many pricing table layouts and plugins available also.
This post will cover;
- How to use the Divi pricing table module
- Where to find the best Divi pricing table layouts
- What are the best pricing table plugins for Divi
- Best practices for pricing tables
How to use the Divi pricing tables module
Divi comes with a built-in pricing tables module. This module makes it easy to create attractive and informative pricing tables for your website.
Each Divi pricing tables module includes options for adding a title, subtitle, currency, frequency, price, feature list, and a call to action button. The table can then be customized using the standard Divi design options found in the Divi Builder.
Steps to add a Divi pricing table module to your website;
Step 1: Add the Pricing Tables Module
The first step is to add the pricing tables module to your page or post. To do this, open the page or post where you want to add the pricing table. Then, click on the “+” add module” button and select the “Pricing Tables” module.
Step 2: Configure the Pricing Tables Module
Once you have added the pricing tables module, you will need to configure the settings.
By default, two pricing tables are automatically loaded when you add the module to the page. To add another pricing table, click the “+” icon. Once clicked, you’ll see the content options for the new table. You can add as many tables as you like.
The content options for each pricing table include:
- Title: The title of the pricing table
- Subtitle: The subtitle of the pricing table
- Currency: The currency symbol for the pricing table
- Frequency: The frequency of the pricing table, such as yearly, monthly, or weekly
- Price: The price of the pricing table
- Button: The text of the button for the pricing table
- Body: The list of features included and excluded in the pricing table
- Link: The link URL for the button and/or column of the pricing table
- Background: The pricing table background color, image, or gradient
To show an included item in the pricing table, put a “+” next to the item. To show an excluded item, put a “-” next to the item. The default color for excluded items is light gray, but you can change this in the Excluded Text settings in the Design tab.
Finally, you need to configure the design settings for the pricing table. You can change the colors, fonts, and borders. You can also add images and videos to the pricing table.
Step 3: Preview and Publish the Pricing Table
Once you have configured the pricing tables module, you preview, save and publish your page, and your new pricing table is live!
Using Divi pricing table layouts and layout packs
Divi layouts are pre-made page and element templates that you can use to jumpstart your design. They are created by the developers of the Divi theme and 3rd party designers.
To find Divi layouts for the pricing table you can search the Elegant Themes layout library for free layouts and the official Elegant Themes marketplace for premium layouts.
Elegant Themes website includes the premade Divi layouts library* and by searching for “pricing page” you will see layouts that have used a pricing tables module in their design. You can then load these layouts directly from the Divi Builder onto your page.
The official Elegant Themes Divi marketplace* is the best place to buy products for Divi as they are tested, come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and are released under a GPL license. You can search for pricing tables to see a number of pricing table layouts to buy from various 3rd party designers.
Using a Divi pricing table plugins
Divi plugins are third-party add-ons that extend the functionality of the Divi theme and there are a couple that offer pricing tables functionality.
Below are popular Divi plugins that can be used to create unique pricing tables in Divi;
Divi Supreme plugin (Toggles module)
Divi Supreme is the best-selling Divi plugin that offers modules and options for almost anything you can imagine in Divi. One of the features is a Toggle module that can be used for creating unique pricing tables (such as a pricing table for monthly/yearly) that can switch content at the flick of a switch. There is no specific Divi Supreme pricing tables module yet but they are always adding new features so watch this space.
Price – $79
Buy at the official Elegant Themes marketplace
Table Maker plugin
Table Maker is a premium Divi plugin that makes it easy to create and customize tables, including pricing tables. It includes a variety of table styles, customization options, and advanced features, such as the ability to add images, videos, and buttons to your pricing tables.
Price – $39
Buy at the official Elegant Themes marketplace
Tips & best practices for creating effective pricing tables
A pricing table can include any information you like, but typically includes the following:
- The name of each pricing plan
- The price of each plan
- A list of the features and benefits included in each plan
- A call to action button to encourage visitors to sign up for a plan
Here are some tips for creating effective pricing tables:
- Make sure your pricing tables are easy to understand
- Highlight the key features of each plan
- 3-5 pricing table columns are usually enough
- Make sure there is enough padding and spacing in your pricing table
- Make sure your pricing tables are mobile-friendly
- Use a consistent design throughout your pricing tables
- Use contrasting colors and alternate row colors to make your pricing tables easy to read
- Use clear call-to-action buttons to encourage visitors to sign up for a plan
By following these tips, you can create effective pricing tables that will help you attract more visitors to your website and generate more leads and sales.
You may not think your pricing table will rank well in Google but it is always worth optimizing it for the best chances. Here are some additional tips for optimizing SEO on your Divi pricing table:
- Use relevant keywords throughout the pricing table.
- Optimize the title and meta description for the pricing table.
- Promote the pricing table on social media and other channels.
By following these tips, you can help your pricing tables rank well in Google too.
Website pricing tables can help businesses increase transparency, clarity, and sales. By making it easy for potential customers to see what each pricing plan includes and how much it costs, businesses can build trust and credibility. Pricing tables can also help customers compare plans and find the one that is right for them. By including a call to action button, businesses can encourage customers to take action and sign up for a plan right away.
The built-in Divi pricing table module will cover most people’s needs and is free and available in the Divi Builder. There are many layouts using the pricing table module that save you time with styling and for more advanced features you can look at one of the pricing tables plugins that are available with Divi.
If you have a great example of a pricing table used on your own Divi website, drop a link in the comments.
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