Free for everybody and easy to use


The settings aren’t that complicated. Here’s a quick rundown on what you can do:

1. Select one of 25 different forms.

The selector shows the page names where the table is being used. You also get the shortcode and a link to the page.

2. Dataset Upload

Upload your CSV and you will see the data table. Check everything is OK and then click the button at the bottom to update the database. This two stage process makes sure you don’t overwrite good data with bad. See step 15 below for an example of a dataset.

3. Slider Settings

Set the slider values and labels. The output is set using shortcodes so you can change currencies and format.

4. Number Formatting

This section lets you change how the numbers are formatted.

5. Filters

If enabled filter buttons display below the sliders using the labels from the Features option (see item 10 below).

6. Sorting

The sorting buttons display below the sliders. Change the labels and drag and drop to reorder. Delete the label if you don’t want a sorting option.

7. Number of Matches

This shows the number of matches based on slider values and filters (if used). Displays above the output table.

8. Product Information

Options to display a ribbon and/or product information above the logo. The ribbon text and product values for each bank are set in the CSV.

9. Outputs

These are the labels and content of each output column. Uses the listed shortcodes to get the data from the uploaded CSV and adds symbols and currencies where required.

10. Features

The features display as a row with checkmarks below the outputs. The features for each bank are selected in the CSV and can be used to filter the results (see step 5 above).

11. Links and buttons

These display at the bottom row of each bank box. The more info dropdown and product page links display on the left and the apply now button displays on the right.

12. Number of Results

Set the default number of results to display. The additional banks are shown when a button at the bottom of the results table is clicked. The label indicates how many more matches there are.

13. Example Bank Data

This is an example of a single dataset. At the bottom of the full dataset are buttons to change or edit the data (see below).

14. Bank Editor

The editor lets you update bank data. If you need new banks you need to upload a new dataset. The only reason I haven’t added a function to add a new bank is because it’s complicated.

Get the Plugin

If you want the plugin download the ZIP , install, activate and have fun. If you need help setting things up give me a call on 07921 859802 or fill in the form on the Support page.