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Infinite Timeline


The shortcode displays posts on vertical timeline, and it will read the next page by Infinite scroll.


  • The shortcode displays posts on vertical timeline.
  • Automatically it will read the next page by Infinite scroll.
  • When clicked the post on timeline, browse to single page.
  • In addition to the post, use the page or custom post type, and can be set category, tag.
  • It’s compatible with responsive web design.
  • infinite-scroll.pkgd.js the jQuery plugin is licensed under the MIT license.
  • lazysizes.js the javascript library is licensed under the MIT license.


  1. Please write shortcode [infinite-timeline] in the content.
  2. You can set option.
    post_type: post or page or custom post type (default: post)
    category_name: category slug (default: none)
    tag: tag name (default: none)
    posts_per_page: number of posts you want to show on one page (default: Reading Settings at dashboard)
    example. [infinite-timeline category_name=”news” posts_per_page=”20″]


  • example 1
  • example 2


  1. Upload the entire “Infinite Timeline” folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the β€˜Plugins’ menu in WordPress.


September 3, 2016 1 reply
Hello there! Is there a way to change the language of the dates – that appear in english?
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“Infinite Timeline” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • fix WordPress Version 5.2.
  • cntering loading image.
  • used lazysizes.js for show images.
  • change loop by WP_Query.
  • ignore sticky posts.


  • Hello, world!