5 Best ‘Pros and Cons’ Plugins for WordPress

Everything has its own pros and cons. These good and bad factors play a great role while making a purchase decision.

If you’re a products/services reviewer, you can highlight the pros and cons to help people to make the right decision.

And when it comes to showing the pros and cons of a product/service in WordPress posts, you can do it easily with the help of a WordPress ‘Pros and Cons’ plugin.

Here I’ll be talking about 5 best ‘Pros and Cons’ plugins for WordPress.

Let’s check out these plugins. 

1. WP Table Builder

WP Table Builder is the leading ‘Drag & Drop’ table builder plugin for WordPress. It makes it insanely easy to create tables in WordPress. You can create any types of tables like product tables, comparison tables, list tables, pricing tables, and more by using this plugin.

And the great thing is, it comes up with some pre-built ‘Pros and Cons’ tables. Just select the pre-built table, enter your data, and your done.

The plugin offers a lot of customizations with elements like star ratings, styled lists, buttons, etc. If you’re running an Amazon affiliate site, this is the best plugin for you.

2. Ultimate Blocks 

Ultimate Blocks is a Gutenberg blocks plugin that comes with all necessary blocks to help you to create better and engaging content. It has more than 20 custom Gutenberg blocks.

By using blocks offered by this plugin, you can create a ‘Pros and Cons’ section. All you need to do is, use Columns, Styled Box, and Styled List blocks. You can check this tutorial – How To Add “Pros & Cons” Box In WordPress.

Here’s an example how the ‘Pros and Cons’ box will like –

PROS

  • Item 1
  • Item 2
  • Item 3

CONS

  • Item 1
  • Item 2
  • Item 3

To avoid the hassle of creating the ‘Pros and Cons’ box again and again, you can save the block as reusable blocks and use it later when needed.

The great thing about the Ultimate Blocks is, it has some other awesome blocks like the Review box, Content Toggle (FAQ-Supported), HowTo Schema, Table of Contents, Image Slider, and more.

3. i2 Pros & Cons

i2 Pros & Cons is a dedicated ‘Pros & Cons’ WordPress plugin. It works with both the Classic and Block editor. It comes up with pre-built templates.

You can add the ‘Buy On Amazon’ button under the pros and cons box.

You can customize things like font size, text color, background color, and more.

4. WP Review

If you want to add the ‘Pros & Cons’ section within a review box, WP Review is for you. It’s a dedicated WordPress review plugin created by the team at MyThemeShop.

This plugin supports 19 types of schemas and comes up with 16 pre-made templates. Here’s how the review box with ‘Pros & Cons’ looks like –

This plugin also offers comparison table, popup and notification bar, WooCommerce integration, and more.

5. Mighty Pros & Cons

If you want a full dedicated WordPress Pros and Cons plugin with some extra customization and settings, Mighty Pros & Cons is another excellent choice. This Gutenberg block plugin allows you to showcase what’s good and bad about a product in an elegant way. You will be able to create and customize your block very easily. 

You don’t have to write a single line of code. You don’t need to become any professional either. It’s a simple plugin; just insert Mighty Pros & Cons block in the editor and provide details. Afterward, you will be able to add pros & cons to your block. 

You can even add CTA(call to action) buttons with it. Later on, customize title tag, content title tag, choose the style, select BG color, and other settings. 

Conclusion

You can choose any of these above WordPress Pros and Cons plugins for your pros & cons section. 

Let us know which one you are going to choose. If you liked the post, please consider sharing this post from your social accounts.

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