Your Guide to Recreating Elements of the Studius Demo for WordPress
The Comparison Table particle makes it easy to create a table that compares features between multiple options.
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||Enter the name you would like to assign to the particle. This only appears in the back end.|
|CSS Classes||Enter the CSS class(es) you want to use in the content of the particle.|
|Title||Enter a title for the particle.|
|Header Text||Enter text to appear as the header for the particle.|
You can create named rows by building items at the bottom of the main options. Each row has the ability to customize CSS and columns.
|Item Name||This is the name of the row that appears on the front end.|
|CSS Classes||Enter any CSS class(es) that you want to apply to the row.|
Here you can enter information that appears in each column.
|Item Name||This text field is used for backend organization and does not appear on the front end.|
|Text||Enter text to appear in the column.|
|Item Classes||Enter any CSS class(es) that you want to apply to the item.|
|Icon||Select an icon to appear in the column.|