W3Schools W3CSS is a robust CSS Framework for use in WordPress
Shoring up WordPress Table Handling
One of the weaknesses of WordPress surprisingly is its poor support of its own MySQL database. But in the past 2-3 year a number of plugins have emerged which shore up Table Handling in WordPress.Here are some notable table plugins:
- wpDataTable – $35/website plugin tha connects to CSV, Excel, Json, and SQL data sources
- TablePress – free plugin with paging and sortig featurs for CSV, HTML, XLS, XLSX, and JSON data.
- WP Table Manager – $39/for 1 yar support unlimited websites, unlimited updates CSV & Excel file imports plus table creation
- Ultimate Tables – easy direct table creaion in WordPress
W3CSS table tools offer some more formating options for your table display as seen below:
|First Name||Last Name||Points|
Advantages of W3CSS
This example uses a W3CSS accordion to explain the features of W3CSS. Click on an accordion bar to see the details.
Like Bootstrap and Foundation, W3CSS is completely free. But it has as many features as the other Frameworks with some added capabilities like animations, tooltips, and sidebar navigation.
W3CSS has notably smaller code size which contributes to its faster performance.
W3CSS uses a responsive design system for grid layout and web page design. These responsive elements extend to images and most menus and blocks used on the Web.
W3CSS works well with the 5 major browsers: Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera. No need for shivs and polyfills.
I have yet to find a robust HTML editor for WordPress that brings line coloring, auto-formatting and other text editor goodies users are familiar with popular desktop editors like Sublime, NotePad++, UltaEdit, and Atom. So users may want to edit their W3CSS posts and pages outside WP and the copy and paste into WP’s Editor.
Blowing Badge Bubbles in W3CSS
Have fun with W3CSS in WordPress and also in HTML SPA-Single Page Applications