It was easier (and faster development) for me to include D3JS on it's own than use this plugin. I found the JS editor within WordPress is a very inefficient way of developing. It was faster for me to copy and paste text into the field.
Ultimately, this plugin broke another plugin's functionality (WordPress Job Manager Resume Plugin), so I had to delete it.
This is a great plugin that really goes a long way for making D3.JS accessible to the masses. Took me a while to get working, but I can confirm it does everything I was looking for.
If you're struggling like I did with the documentation -- head over to the Support tab and search "WordPress-d3 For Dummies," where p_ebox provides a detailed step-by-step that may demystify some of the nuanced requirements to make this work.
Notably Plugin Conflict: WP Post Styling seems to override WP-D3's CSS rules, even if Post Styling is blank. Just choose "disabled for this post," in Styling and you should be good.
Many thanks for the great plugin, Reuben!
Works perfectly, lots of nice examples, many thanks!
This plugin works fine, but it took me an hour or so to prove it. I'm a WordPress administrator, not a D3 programmer, so one simple example would have made all the difference to me. As it was I had to Google for a simple-looking D3 program and then debug it in the WP context.
My user who requested the plugin of course knew D3, but the program he was trying to run was huge. I wasn't prepared to debug that for him!
Just give us a simple complete example in the plug-in docs....
Exactly what I am looking for.
Super cool pulg in! Jsut make sure you have a look at this post for a practical example and you are set!
Thanks Ruben for such a nice plug in!
Plugin is easy to use, quick response from author in case of questions. Works as it should. Thank you, ruben.
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