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"]
First Power Macs ShipMarch 27, 1994
A decade after the 8MHz Mac 128K shipped, Apple makes a bold technological leap to a completely new architecture with PowerPC-based models starting at 60MHz, while maintaining backwards compatibility. Honorable Mention First Mac License Granted: Desperate to boost market share, Apple finally agrees to allow third-party vendors to create legit Mac clones.Read more
Jobs Named Interim CEOMay 27, 1997
Officially brought on as an advisor following Next purchase, Jobs subtly orchestrates the removal of Amelio, then assumes the role of interim CEO. Honorable Mention Apple Ships Mac OS 8: To placate the faithful as they wait for a next-generation operating system, Apple releases Mac OS 8.0; it features PowerPC-native Finder, contextual menus, Personal Web Sharing, and other new technologies.Read more
Jobs Becomes CEOMarch 28, 2000
Finally confident that Apple’s turnaround is no fluke, Jobs agrees to accept CEO role, splitting his time between Cupertino and Emeryville, where he’s also CEO of Pixar. Honorable Mention Power Mac G4 Cube Released: The Cube’s cool industrial design receives a warm reception, but sales turn out to be disappointing.Read more
First iPod ShipsFebruary 12, 2001
Nobody realizes it at the time, but the tiny $399 iPod with its 5GB hard drive capable of holding 1,000 MP3s will soon transform not only Apple, but also the entire music industry. Honorable Mention Mac OS X Ships: After years of waiting, Mac users finally get memory protection, preemptive multi-tasking, symmetric multiprocessing, and more, but the initial release of Mac OS X isn’t quite ready for the masses.Read more