List functionality in website

I have a question, I would like to have a list functionality on my website like the one in this page o balp 2plendi pare/compare-p2p- p latform s
Does anyone know how to do it?

Moderator Note: Link disabled due to spam about p2p lending.

Post was last edited on September 10, 2019 8:25 AM PDT

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That looks like a table to me.

I'm going to disable the link since it's spammy and we had a spat of p2p lending spam but that looks like a table. Surely your web master has implemented tables before?

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Re: table

Yes, it's a table. But the nice thing: it's a dynamic table. The contents varies depending on the selection.

I see an awful lot of Javascript, and an assortment of forms, Ajax and php-calls to implement that. It's certainly advanced. If the OP wants this, I would advise him to ask estimates from developers with the right experience.

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Wordpress module

Thank you. I understand that is not as easy as installing a wordpress extension. I need to hire a PHP developper then to do a custom development.

I have Wordpress site.

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Seems easy once you know about Google.

I took a run at this with and it appears there are many solutions out there.

HOWEVER. Once in a while the client doesn't want to pay for the work or the plug in. You can't help them.

PS. I also moderate on other forums so cross-posting may be marked as spam.

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