Pricing table for JotForm

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    Asked on November 24, 2015 at 08:22 AM

    Hi guys,

    I want to use pricing table as you, in my form. Do you have some plugin for this feature?

    I need 4 columns.



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    Answered on November 24, 2015 at 10:38 AM

    If I am not mistaken you are asking if there is a way to use our own pricing plan table for usage within your form, correct?

    Interesting Thought. May we ask you what your use case is? Or how this would help you?

    Unfortunately, we don't have any sort of plugin for it on forms since it is for our own user-base.

    You could however take a screenshot of each then add it to your form via the Image Field or Text Field if in a Row and link it accordingly to go to each plan level.


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    Answered on November 24, 2015 at 10:49 AM

    Thank you.

    I have business and I want to offer "screen protection" for phones. There will be "1 year protection", "2 years", "half year" and single product.

    So, this price table is one of the best looking option for me. 

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    Answered on November 24, 2015 at 01:11 PM

    As mentioned by my colleague. This does not exist at this time, but it is something that is fairly simple to do using a bit of CSS.

    It however requires that you have the data formed out on your form.

    I have created a rather quick demo of how it might look:

    This is the CSS applied to make it look as it does, while in the back the JotForm PayPal integration is used, which means that you can easily use any other payment processor just the same:

    You can easily apply it to your form by following the steps here: Inject Custom CSS Codes

    Do let us know however if you need any assistance setting it up, but as mentioned, it is always best to see the finished form before the styles are applied, otherwise they are bound to be broken.

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    Answered on December 07, 2016 at 08:48 AM

    Hi Ben. 

    I have this exact requirement... I need a table that can specify different colums, each with different optinons and totals at the bottom. The customer can select the column that contains the features they want and then move on to pay for the chosen one. 

    Your example above is perfect for what I need. However:

    1) I dont know how you would have developed this - have you used text boxes, etc

    2) The CSS that you refer to no longer exists - the page is empty.

    It would be very helpful if you could provide some clarity around this.

    Thanks a lot


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    Answered on December 07, 2016 at 09:37 AM

    Hi Jason,

    In order to assist you better with your exact needs and prevent unnecessary confusion and emails to other posters on this thread, your question has been moved to a dedicated support thread of your own:

    We will assist you with it there, shortly. Thank you.