Support » Plugin: Inline Google Spreadsheet Viewer » Timed content shortcode

  • Resolved mattbkelly

    (@mattbkelly)


    This is what I have in my google sheet for the timed content plugin to show up in my page:
    [timed-content-server show=”2019-09-03 01:30 America/Detroit” hide=”2019-09-03 01:43 America/Detroit”] that is the way i like it [/timed-content-server]

    This is what have in the datataTables defaults object:
    {
    “pageLength”: 25,
    “paging”: false,
    “ordering”: false
    }

    This is what I am using from the Inline support page to try to let the times content in my gsheet to work. It does not take in the time values
    PLUGIN HOOKS- Filters
    html_entity_decode() to allow the data source to include raw HTML that will be displayed. This is considered a potential security risk and so is not recommended unless you are absolutely sure you need this functionality. In the majority of cases where users assume they need this functionality, it turns out there are other, more preferable alternatives, despite its convenience.
    This is what I put on the page text editor:
    [gdoc_html_entity_decode()=”https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nWeaAkHXAYvshnO5-mTwWPGGuCAD5sBa0-lgGeQ-xTM/edit#gid=2021521950″]

    • This topic was modified 2 months ago by  mattbkelly.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Meitar

    (@meitar)

    This is what I put on the page text editor:
    [gdoc_html_entity_decode()=”https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nWeaAkHXAYvshnO5-mTwWPGGuCAD5sBa0-lgGeQ-xTM/edit#gid=2021521950″]

    I don’t know where you got the idea that this is going to do what you expect, but you should do some reading about what a plugin filter hook is. It’s not the same thing as a shortcode.

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