Timeline Express Pro comes with the ability to paginate the timelines by a set number. If your timeline has a lot of announcements to display and your pages are running long, you can paginate them to limit the page length, and allow your users to click through each ‘page’ to see additional posts in the timeline.
Limiting the timeline and enabling pagination is done per-timeline, meaning you can have multiple timelines on your site where one may be paginated while the others are not. This is done through the shortcode parameters limit and pagination.
[timeline-express limit="4" pagination="1"]
Apple Inc. FoundedSeptember 7, 1976
On April Fools’ Day, Apple Computer Company is founded in a residential garage by Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak, both college drop-outs. Fearing financial ruin, the third co-founder—Ronald Wayne—relinquishes his 10 percent stake in the partnership for only $800 less than two weeks later. Honorable Mention Markkula Writes Business Plan: In November, chip industry veteran Mike Markkula helps Jobs write a business plan, predicting sales of $500 million in 10 years.Read more
1977: Apple II IntroducedApril 21, 1977
In contrast to the $666 Apple I, a kit computer with limited appeal, the $1,298 Apple II is the first personal computer designed for the mass market, thanks to its attractive low-slung case that was complete with standard keyboard, power supply, and color graphics capability. Honorable Mention Scott Named President: Markkula’s former Fairchild Semiconductor co-worker Michael Scott brings professional management and corporate infrastructure to Apple.Read more
Apple Disk II IntroducedAugust 22, 1978
The Apple Disk II external drive stores 110K on 5.25-inch floppy disks. At $495, Woz’s creation is half as expensive as competitive floppy drives, and much more reliable than cassette tape storage systems. Honorable Mention Apple III Project Starts: Anxious for a follow-up hit to the popular Apple II, Apple launches the ill-fated Apple III project with engineer Wendell Sander at the helm.Read more
1980: Apple Goes PublicFebruary 18, 1980
In the largest IPO since Ford went public in 1956, Apple debuts on the stock market with a valuation of $1.8 billion. Of Apple’s 1,000 employees, more than 40 became instant millionaires thanks to their stock options. Honorable Mention Apple III Ships: Priced from $4,340 to $7,800, the Apple III is supposed to be the firm’s flagship business computer, but instead flops badly due to reliability issues.Read more