One of the common features of online news stories is a section that displays two or three highlights from the story. This plugin makes it very easy for you to do just that. Story Lines allows you to add as many story lines as you want and place it anywhere within a post with a quick shortcode.

Details

Tags: story lines, story highlights, shortcodes, custom meta panel
Requires at least: 4.0
Tested up to: 4.8
Stable tag: 1.5

Front End
Back End

How To's

Installation

  1. In the WordPress Dashboard, go to “Plugins” -> “Add New” and search for “Story Lines” and click install and activate.
  2. To add story lines for a post, go to the bottom post editor fill out the fields in the “Story Lines” section. If you don’t fill out the float and size fields, the story lines display will have a 25% width and float to the left. The display will default to a 100% width when the screen size is smaller than 500px.
  3. To add the shortcode to the post, go to the top of the visual editor and click the button with the “SL” on the far right of the top row of buttons.
  • Installation
    1. In the WordPress Dashboard, go to “Plugins” -> “Add New” and search for “Story Lines” and click install and activate.
    2. To add story lines for a post, go to the bottom post editor fill out the fields in the “Story Lines” section. If you don’t fill out the float and size fields, the story lines display will have a 25% width and float to the left. The display will default to a 100% width when the screen size is smaller than 500px.
    3. To add the shortcode to the post, go to the top of the visual editor and click the button with the “SL” on the far right of the top row of buttons.

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Changelog

1.5

  • Added support to show story lines on pages as well as posts.

1.4

  • Better organized the custom fields.
  • Added padding around the story lines on the front end.
  • Tested with WordPress 4.8.

1.3

  • Tested with WordPress 4.7.

1.2

  • Added widget to display story lines for an article in the sidebar.
  • Added ability for users to add anchor links to the story lines so that each highlight can lead to a section inside the post.
  • Added French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian translations.
  • Tested with WordPress 4.6.

1.1

  • Allowed users to reorder the story lines.
  • Added users the ability to customize the colors of the story lines section of the post.
  • Tested with WordPress 4.5

1.0.1

  • Fixed: Issue with float option not saving correctly.

1.0

  • Initial Release

License

License: GPLv3
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html

  • Changelog

    1.5

    • Added support to show story lines on pages as well as posts.

    1.4

    • Better organized the custom fields.
    • Added padding around the story lines on the front end.
    • Tested with WordPress 4.8.

    1.3

    • Tested with WordPress 4.7.

    1.2

    • Added widget to display story lines for an article in the sidebar.
    • Added ability for users to add anchor links to the story lines so that each highlight can lead to a section inside the post.
    • Added French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian translations.
    • Tested with WordPress 4.6.

    1.1

    • Allowed users to reorder the story lines.
    • Added users the ability to customize the colors of the story lines section of the post.
    • Tested with WordPress 4.5

    1.0.1

    • Fixed: Issue with float option not saving correctly.

    1.0

    • Initial Release
  • License

    License: GPLv3
    License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html

Get In Contact

If you have a question, need to report a bug to be fixed or have a feature request for a future version, email me at jacob.martella@att.net or fill out the form below.

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