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Monstroid 2. How to setup a timeline using “TM Timeline” plugin

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  1. First, make sure TM Timeline plugin is installed and activated at the Plugins section of your WordPress Dashboard. You can also download it at WordPress official website via the following link: TM Timeline plugin

  2. The next step would be creating the entries you need to display. Navigate to TM Timeline > Add new and create several posts you would like to have displayed on a timeline page. You can also create a taxonomy (classification, grouping by categories) of your new posts with the help of the Tags option.

  3. When the posts are created, create a new page where the posts will be displayed in ‘timeline’ fashion. Go to the Pages > Add new, specify new page title, click ‘Use power builder’ and proceed to power builder settings. Create a column inside a section.

  4. Click ‘Insert module‘ and choose Timeline option.

  5. You will be taken to the module configuration page. The settings are described below the screenshot.


    Timeline Layout – here you should specify the layout of your entries. By default there are three options: horizontal, vertical, and vertical staggered order.

    Horizontal layout visible items limit – this stands for the number of items you would like to have displayed.

    Date format – here you can choose how exactly the entry publication date will be displayed.

    Tag – if you create a taxonomy in plugin settings, you will be able to either display posts with a certain tag or show all the posts.

    Sort order – choose ascending or descending order for your timeline posts.

    Display anchors – if set to ‘yes’, than timeline post title will be clickable and will lead user to the post’s single page.

  6. If you happen to need a title for your timeline, add a ‘text’ module with your title and place it above the timeline module. It should result as following:


    Now feel free to publish the page.

  7. We have chosen vertical staggered layout and the result looks this way:


That’s it. Now you know how to set up a timeline using TM Timeline plugin.

Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:

Monstroid 2. How to setup a timeline using “TM Timeline” plugin

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