Support » Plugin: VéritéCo Timeline » [Plugin: VéritéCo Timeline] PARSING DATA ERROR

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  • Plugin Author Miguel Peixe


    Are you using JSON or Google Spreadsheet? Can you send the source so I can take a look?

    Google spreadsheet.

    Uploaded latest 0.9.7 Same error

    What’s your email?

    Plugin Author Miguel Peixe


    Hello Miguel, did you get the spreadsheet invite?

    I’ve found that the js files are out of date to the actual version on-line. It therefore
    uses a new google spreadsheet format.

    Go to, download the latest version (or grab from github) and
    replace the js/timeline*.js files in the plugin subdirectory.

    using the plugin with wordpress 3.4.1., i also get the parsing error.

    I was getting the error and searching for an answer with no luck. I went back and republished and then when I added the link to the EMBED GENERATOR, I did NOT click the wordpress plugin. Then I just copied the embed code onto the widget and it is working fine. Only up for a few hours so I’ll give an update if it stops working.

    Thanks a million spencerwestwood I replace the files which you suggested and it is working now 🙂

    Im trying also to include the code in a wordpress post but all I get is parsing data again an again.

    But when I use the iframe method it shows it quite well.

    It would work for me but i need to be able to access the css file so as to personalize the timeline a bit.

    What am I doing wrong ?

    [timeline font='BreeSerif-OpenSans' lang='es' src='' start_at_end='true' ]

    Well I had exactly the same problem. I am not pleased of replacing the JS files directly because I am not sure that tomorrow things will not change again in the Google API. So, why not using just the iframe statement without the wordpress extension ? As soon as something change they will update their extension, right ?
    Here is what I have done and it works very well for me : I uninstall the VéritéCo extension and implement a shortcode function to mimic the extension. Following is the code I have add in my functions.php file

    // Shortcode to use with the iframe of VéritéCo Timeline
    function timeline_shortcode( $atts, $content = null ) {
    	extract( shortcode_atts( array(
    			 'src' => '',
    			 'font' => 'Bevan-PotanoSans',
    			 'lang' => 'en',
    			 'width' => '100%',
    			 'height' => '650',
    			), $atts ) );
    	return "
    	<iframe src='" . $src . "&font=" . $font . "&maptype=toner&lang=" . $lang . "' width='" . $width . "' height='" . $height . "' frameborder='0'></iframe>
    add_shortcode( 'timeline', 'timeline_shortcode' );

    Then, I use it like as usually :

    [timeline font='BreeSerif-OpenSans' lang='fr' src='' ]

    Not all the cases are included in the function but that is sufficient for my needs. If someone improves this function, maybe can you share it ? 🙂

    Just for the record. I find a way to solve this problem.

    Go to the website below.

    Copy and upload files under folder called “compiled” to “wp-content/plugins/timeline-verite-shortcode”.

    And follow the instruction in the website. I used the method below.

    I copied the code in the post.

    You should deactivate the plugin in your website. I don’t know why but it does not work when the plugin is activated in your website.

    Hope it works.

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