Easily create timelines in WordPress and display achievements in a chronological way.
Display your timelines via a Gutenberg block, via a shortcode or using the Timeline taxonomy archive page.
This plugin provides lots of hooks and an extensible theming system to let developers extend it and customize it.
The plugin creates a new "Achievement" post type, alongside with a new "Timeline" taxonomy. Achievements are assigned to a timeline term, allowing them to be grouped together on a specific timeline.
Displaying a timeline can whether be done:
- manually via a Gutenberg block anywhere on your site,
- automatically via each Timeline term archive page where achievements will be displayed chronologically (disabled by default but can be enabled via plugins settings page)
Add this GitHub repository to the list of available repos and install the plugin:
composer config repositories.pskli git https://github.com/psaikali/wp-timeliner.git composer require pskli/wp-timeliner
Clone this repository in your
wp-content folder and you're good to go!
cd path/to/wp-content git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:psaikali/wp-timeliner.git
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Please head to our wiki in order to learn how to use and extend WP Timeliner plugin.
- Carbon Fields library for managing the plugin admin settings page and the multiple metaboxes and fields.
- Carbon Fields Icon Field addon for managing the Achievements icon fields.
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the GNU License - see the LICENSE.md file for details