Create beautiful timelines based on posts, pages or free csv datasheets. Uses the wonderfull js library vis.js.
Integrates with Gravity Flow
Create a timeline for blog’s posts or other post type (even CPT):
[maxicharts_timeline_post type="[post|page|cpt1|cpt2|...] groups="[draft|pending|publish...]"]"
Create a timeline from a csv:
[maxicharts_timeline_csv data_path="[url_of_your_file.csv]" separator="[,|;]"]
type: is the post type you want to create timeline for
data_path: is the URL of your
separator: specifies the csv separator, usually
groups: only show post with these statuses
Inside your CSV file (url set in
data_path), you need to use field defined by the visjs timeline documentation.
Required fields are
start, all others are optional.
Create a timeline for Gravity Flow:
[maxicharts_timeline_gravity_flow form_id=[form_id] entry_id=[entry_id] groups=[step|assignee|workflow]]
form_id: is the gravity forms form ID you want to create timeline for
entry_id: is the GF entry ID you want to create timeline for
groups: coma separated list of status types you want to make appear on the timeline
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1.2.0 – gravity flow integration
1.1.1 – maxentries added
1.1.0 – locales added
1.0.6 – bug on start date for timeline events
1.0.5 – deploying first features
1.0 – First stable release.