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"]
Sculley Named President, CEOOctober 20, 1983
John Sculley, president of Pepsi-Cola, succumbs to Jobs’ promise of a “chance to change the world” as president and CEO of Apple. Honorable Mention Lisa Introduced: The $9,995 Lisa is the world’s first commercial computer with a mouse and GUI, but it bombs due to high cost, slow speed, and incompatibility.Read more
Original Mac IntroducedAugust 18, 1984
The much-anticipated Macintosh, “the computer for the rest of us,” finally ships. It comes with 128K of memory and a price tag of $2,495. Honorable Mention ‘1984’ Commercial Airs: Against the advice of its board, Apple announces the Macintosh by airing the Ridley Scott-directed ‘1984’ commercial during the Super Bowl.Read more
Jobs Resigns From AppleJuly 21, 1985
After losing a boardroom struggle with Sculley, Jobs resigns from Apple, taking a loyal band of employees that would start NeXT. Honorable Mention Microsoft Granted Mac License: In exchange for delaying a Windows version of Excel, Apple grants Microsoft a license to use some Macintosh technology.Read more
Apple Sues MicrosoftNovember 22, 1988
After watching its Macintosh products steadily lose market share to Wintel clones, Apple finally sues Microsoft, claiming Windows 2.03 infringes on Lisa/Mac audiovisual copyrights. Honorable Mention Next Computer Introduced: Apple’s sole hardware release of 1988, the Mac IIx, pales in comparison to Jobs’ Next Computer, a 12-inch cube running a Unix-derived operating system.Read more