Sorry for all of the dumb questions, but I’m trying to relearn all of this!
It occurred to me this morning that I’m still confused on things and need help marrying two different concepts.
So, first I need help with figuring out how to best try and display 3 different membership-plans, where not only am I showing them side-by-side, but I’m thinking that a table is better so people can easily compare features across each plan and see what works best for them.
I believe that what @coothead and @Ray.H have shown me is getting closer to what I need from a visual presentation standpoint. (Although as mentioned, when I was trying to apply different settings to the Flexbox, it wasn’t really working.)
Okay, so I’ve made progress there.
The second area, though, which also is escaping me what to do, is making this page a Form.
I guess what I am envisioning is something like this… I have my 3 membership-pans laid out so they look like a table and you can scan down a list of features and compare each plan against another, but each plan still looks like a box so it appears as a “thing” by itself, and then maybe at the top and boton of each membership-plan box is a button that says “Select”.
If the user chooses “Select” for Plan-A or Plan-B then I take them to the checkout form, and if the user chooses “Select” for Plan-C then I take them to a page where they can choose their free eBook.
The point is that however I format/style these membership-plans as boxes/tables/whatever, it occurred to me now that there also needs to be a FORM so the user can submit what they want to do (e.g. “I want to select Plan-C…”)
If I use @coothead and @Ray.H’s Flexbox and 4 separate tables, then how do I do an HTML Form also?
Do I just wrap all of those separate tables in one monster HTML Form?
Or do I make the 2n, 3rd, and 4th nested tables its own HTML Form?
Or by me mentioning this additional need, did I just break the solution above?
Finally, since for version 1.0 I am sadly not supporting “responsive” design, would it be easier to just use a single HTML table?
I am opening to advice from the exprts, and sorry to be such a PITA, but all of this is not my strong suite!!
(BTW, I promise that after I get my website online, that I am buying a SitePoint subscription and going to read every HTML/CSS/Responsive Design book you all offer!!!)