TimelineXML is the perfect addition to your blog, magazine, news site, portfolio, you name it. The script takes time-stamped pieces of content and puts them on a timeline. The best thing about TimelineXML is how flexible it is. Here’s a list of what it can do:
places the event on the timeline very accurately – up to the day!
decides whether to show every month, every second month, etc., or whether to show months at all
supports timespans from one year up to thousands, even millions of years.
supports pre-modern dates – 1000 BC, 50 000 BC, etc.
accepts content either as an XML file, or as HTML code
can work with any XML file – you can specify what’s the tag name for the title, for the content, etc.
sorts the events based on their date – you don’t have to enter them chronologically
prevents overlapping of near events
decides how long the timespan needs to be
very customizable – both in functionality and style
comes with four unique designs: basic, modern, dark and sleek.
I am always looking for a way to improve my products, if you have an idea about a feature that you’d like implemented, please leave a comment!
Please do not forget to rate, it helps me a lot and you will ensure the future development of this great product. Cheers!
1.5.5 – September 23, 2015
Fixed a bug that would sometimes prevent the last year to show on the timeline.