Creates a visual linear timeline representation from your WordPress posts and other media sources in the style of Facebook Profile Timeline.
This plugin is for displaying data as a visual linear timeline. I developed the code originally for my work at Clear Books (http://www.clearbooks.co.uk) but decided to develop it some more and turn it into a WordPress plugin for everyone to use.
By default the plugin is designed to look like Facebook's Profile Timeline - since this is wear I drew my original inspiration from for this plugin, but you are free to style it as you please. The plugin's stylesheets should be enqueued before your theme's stylesheets so simply writing your own CSS should be enough to overwrite the default styles. Alternatively you can always dequeue the plugin's styles by calling
<?php wp_dequeue_style( 'mf_timeline_styles' ) ?>
You can make WordPress content featured on the timeline by setting a custom meta field with the key: mf_timeline_featured and its value set to 1. See screenshot-2.jpg for more information.
Timeline Stories provide a means of creating content directly for the timeline which will not show up anywhere else on your WordPress blog, without the need for creating standard WordPress posts. Timeline Stories are designed to provide small snippets of information for timeline events - if you wish to create longer posts, I would recommend that you use the standard WordPress post types instead.
Please direct all issues and feedback to the plugin's Github repository page which can be found here:
Yes I plan to add a variety of different sources to the plugin in future releases including:
If you have any other ideas for sources I can make available to the timeline then please share them with me.
wp-admin/plugins.phpand pressing Deactivate.
mf_timeline_storiescreated by the plugin, but you will have to manually do this through MySQL or by using a tool such as PHPMyAdmin.