Hello everyone. Um, I have been away from web developent for ages and trying to get back into it, but I feel like an 80 year old person trying to learn again so pardon the dumb questions!
I am working on a site that sells various subscription plans, and I would like to create a landing page that has three “cards” (i.e. rectangular boxes) along side each other. Sort of like if you had three poker cards next to each other.
In each rectangle will be details about the particular plan like this…
Gold Plan $30/mth Includes: - Feature 1 - Feature 2 - Feature 3 - and so on...
I feel like such a dummy, that even doing the HTML to create these cards will likely take me all weekend?!
Anyway, what I would like to figure out how to do is make it so when a person clicks on one of those cards it is “selectable” (is that even a word?!) and I can capture that and know, for instance, that they want to purchase the “Gold Plan”.
Does that makes sense?
Normally, on an HTML form you would use something like a radio button to capture which option a person wants, but some examples I have seen online for newspapers and magazines use the above approach instead.
I think it would be easy and look better if someone could just click on an image/card instead of having to click on a checkbox/radio button/form control.
If I can get the front-end to capture what they want, then I can use PHP to process things from there.