Create amazing HTML5 charts easily in WordPress. A flexible and lightweight WordPress chart plugin including 6 customizable chart types.
[wp_charts title="time" width="500px" type="bar" align="alignleft" margin="5px 20px" datasets="15.18,0,15.37,0,0,15.09,0,14.32,14.18,0,0,0,0,0,2.98,0 next 9.07,0,9.32,0,0,8.49,0,8.37,8.41,0,0,0,0,0,2.98,0 next 6.58,0,6.28,0,0,6.8,0,6.95,6.9,0,0,0,0,0,2.98,0" labels="2/6,2/7,2/8,2/9,2/10,2/11,2/12,2/13,2/14,2/15,2/16,2/17,2/18,2/19,2/20"] <strong>Distance (Miles Jogged)</strong>
I am trying to add 2 graphs to the same page, and cant see it get the content in
<strong> to go to the next line. I have tried to separate the graphs and their titles with a
<p>, <hr>, <div> and none split them.
Is there a way to add a legend to identify graphs with multi colors?
It's a good plugin for charts and a lot easier to use than some more advanced libraries. A good next step would be possibility to create charts through an interface. Some sizing kinks could use ironing out, it was a bit tricky to get the chart to show up in right proportions. But overall I love it. Thanks a lot for the good work!
maybe be great make better configurable axis X (when exists integers it shows decimals, for exaample for people number)
This plug in is great. The charts that it produces look lovely and are responsive to device screen size.
I know the author has a GUI in the pipeline to make creating the graphs easier. The shortcode system can be a little hard to grasp for users of a certain skill level.
Don't let the shortcodes put you off though, have a go.
Maybe even install this even if you can't get the hang of the short codes because that way you'll know when it's updated with the GUI editor.
5th star comes with the GUI.
Thanks for a great plug in!
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