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  • How to translate Visualizer Graphs?

    The Visualizer: Charts and Graphs becomes more accessible, by allowing you to manually create translations, through a dedicated plugin. In this documentation, we have presented how to translate

  • What is the Difference between Visualizer Free and Visualizer PRO?

    Which product version is right for me, Free or PRO? Charts Library Available Data Sources of Charts Permissions Frontend Editor Frontend Actions Chart Data Filter Configuration Translate Charts' Data

  • How to use Visualizer with Advanced Custom Fields?

    When trying to create a Visualizer Chart Shortcode in the ACF Field and showcase that field using the Elementor Custom Field Widget, the shortcode might break and start showing the code snippets on

  • How to Customize Chart Permissions in Visualizer?

    πŸ“ Note: This feature is part of the premium version of Visualizer (only for Developer and Agency plans), which you can get from here. Visualizer Pro allows you to customize permissions, which means

  • How can I display a chart?

    πŸ“ Note: This feature is part of Visualizer: Charts and Graphs. Take a look at the complete documentation of the plugin here. There are two ways of displaying the charts created with Visualizer:

  • How to display WooCommerce Data Charts using Visualizer?

    πŸ“ Note: This feature is part of Visualizer PRO, which you can get from here. If you're the admin of an online shop, probably you sometimes feel the need to create reports with the statistics that

  • Visualizer: Sample queries to generate charts

    Easy Digital Downloads Total revenue per payment gateway SELECT pm1.meta_value, SUM(pm2.meta_value) FROM `wp_postmeta` pm1, `wp_postmeta` pm2 WHERE pm1.meta_key='_edd_payment_gateway' AND

  • How to install and activate Visualizer PRO?

    πŸ“Note: It is really important for you to keep the Visualizer: Charts and Graphs ( free ) in your plugins directory ACTIVATED for the pro version to work. In this article, we will present to you how

  • Visualizer: How to extend REST endpoints with JSON response

    Add authentication, headers and POST parameters to the request add_filter( 'visualizer_json_args', 'visualizer_json_args', 10, 2 ); function visualizer_json_args( $args, $url ) { if ( $url ===

  • How to export and import Visualizer charts

    πŸ“ Note: This documentation presents how the import / export mechanism of WordPress works for the Visualizer: Charts and Graphs data. More details about the plugin capabilities can be found here.

  • Visualizer: Charts and Graphs Documentation

    Visualizer is a powerful tool that can easily be used to create, manage and embed interactive charts into your WordPress posts and pages. The plugin uses Google Visualization API to render charts,

  • How to change colour of graphs in Visualizer

    The color of the graphs can be changed. Before the color change: After you have created a chart, go to Visualizer > Chart Library. Click edit on the chart already created, select your chart, and on

  • How can I disable legends in charts in Visualizer

    1 After you have created a chart, go to Visualizer > Chart Library 2 Click edit on the chart already created, select your chart, and on the next page, click Settings. 3 Go to General Settings >

  • How to change width and height of a chart in Visualizer

    1 Navigate to Visualizer > Chart Library. 2 Select the chart to be modified and click to edit it. 3 Switch to the Settings tab. 4 Open the Chart Size & Placement accordion. 5 Expand the Chart

  • Visualizer: How to populate chart series and data dynamically

    From version 1.1.0 Visualizer plugin allows users to write their own hooks for chart series and data filters. The global filter is applied for each chart, each time when a chart is prepared to be

  • How can I import content from another chart?

    πŸ“ Note: This is a part of Visualizer's PRO features, which you can get from here. Importing content from another chart can be easily done; just follow these steps: 1 Make sure you have installed and

  • Pro Charts Library

    πŸ“ Note: These charts are part of Visualizer: Charts and Graphs Pro, which you can get from here. Take a look at the complete documentation of the plugin here. Visualizer offers 11 extra charts for

  • How to use Lazy Load feature in Visualizer

    The lazy load feature works for charts that use the Google Charts library. To use this feature you need to add the lazy=yes or lazy=<number> parameter to the shortcode. For example: [visualizer

  • How To Filter The Data Within a Graph?

    πŸ“ Note: This is a premium feature of Visualizer: Charts and Graphs, which you can get from here. Filtering the data might be handy if you want to allow your website's visitors to exclude specific

  • How to create charts from your WordPress posts

    πŸ“ Note: This is a feature of the premium version of Visualizer, which you can get from here. 1 While editing a chart, navigate to the Source tab and click on I mport from WordPress. 2 Pick from the

  • Why Does The Chart Legend Look Unresponsive?

    Sometimes, the legend of the chart might look unresponsive because it is not part of the chart container: If you have a longer legend and want to avoid such behavior, the Visualizer plugin offers

  • How to generate charts from the database

    To create a chart, simply go to your Dashboard > Visualizer > Add New Chart, and select the type of chart you want to create. By default, the chart comes with some sample content that you can change,

  • How can I populate data from Google Spreadsheet?

    Full Content Use a subset of the spreadsheet Use Cases Full Content Step 1 Go to your Google Drive and create a new spreadsheet document. Step 2 The first line of the spreadsheet should contain the

  • How can I create a chart?

    A chart can be created from the post editor and the charts library. The process of chart creation from both places is similar. πŸ“ Note: Before creating the chart, please note that by default, the

  • Free Charts Library

    πŸ“ Note: These are part of Visualizer: Charts and Graphs. Take a look at the complete documentation of the plugin here. Visualizer offers four charts in the free version, some of the most usual ones,

  • Visualizer: Hyperlinks in table charts

    Step 1 Enter your site via FTP and search for 'wordpress\wp-content\uploads\visualizer'. Step 2 Check that a file called customization.js has been created in the uploads/visualizer folder. If its

  • Table Chart Documentation - Visualizer Library

    When creating a table chart, there are two libraries available - Google Charts and DataTable: πŸ“ Note: If you need help with creating a chart, check the following doc. The table is one of the

  • How to configure chart area in Visualizer

    1 Navigate to Visualizer > Chart Library. 2 Select the chart to be modified and click to edit it. 3 Switch to the Settings tab. 4 Open the Chart Size & Placement accordion. 5 Expand the Placement

  • How to add animations to charts in Visualizer

    Animations can be a good way to make your chart more interactive, and fortunately, Google's Chart API allows us to add animations to charts in Visualizer. There are two ways of adding animations to

  • How to use roles for your series in Visualizer

    In the latest versions of Visualizer, we added support for different roles that can be assigned to your chart series. Each role has its own purpose and each of them offers a unique way in which your

  • Annotation for data points - Visualizer: Charts and Graphs

    If you want to point out the intersection of your chart's coordinates, this can be done with Visualizer with just a few steps. 1 While editing a chart, make sure to duplicate the columns in the

  • How can I add title to a chart in Visualizer

    1 After you have created a chart, go to Visualizer > Chart Library 2 Click edit on the chart already created, select your chart, and on the next page, click Settings. 3 Go to General Settings > Title

  • How to fix blank screen on edit/add new chart popup in Visualizer

    If there's an issue while you click on Edit Chart or Add New Chart, and nothing happens then there can be conflicts with various plugins, and/or themes that are currently active with your WordPress

  • How to automatically sync charts with online files

    πŸ“ Note: The steps provided in this article can be applied only to online files. To create an online file, please refer to this doc. Sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you have a

  • How can I export a chart?

    πŸ“ Note: This feature is part of Visualizer: Charts and Graphs. Take a look at the complete documentation of the plugin here. Exporting a Chart's data is a simple operation. Follow the steps below to

  • How to use Google Visualization variables

    There are many chart configuration variables that Google Visualization library provides and it does not have a UI implemented in our plugin. You can always overwrite or add them, according to the

  • Adding logo / image into charts

    This guide is made for the purpose of teaching one to insert a logo or an image into the charts created with Visualizer. Also, make sure you're using the latest version of the plugin available.

  • How can I clone a chart?

    Follow the steps below to accomplish the cloning process: 1 Navigate to Dashboard > Visualizer > Chart Library. 2 Click on the clone icon. 3 Enjoy the new chart.

  • How can I edit a chart?

    To customize a chart, you need to follow these steps: 1 Navigate to Dashboard > Visualizer > Chart Library. 2 Select the chart you want to customize. 3 Click on the πŸ–ŒοΈ icon. 4 Go into the Settings

  • How to add Grid Lines to the Graph?

    You can easily add grid lines to the chart, following these steps: 1 Navigate to Visualizer > Charts Library and pick the desired one. 2 Go to the Settings Tab > Vertical Axis Settings. 3 Adjust the

  • How can I delete a chart?

    The process of deleting a chart is quite simple: 1 Navigate to Dashboard > Visualizer > Chart Library. 2 Pick the chart that you want to delete. 3 Click on the πŸ—‘οΈ icon. 4 A pop-up will appear,

  • How can i edit the data manually

    After entering the creation or editing of a chart, click Manual Data, and select the editor of your choice. There you can view and modify the data manually. Make sure you click on Show Chart after

  • Invalid data type detected (2nd row) - Import from file

    Thank you for choosing Visualizer Premium! If you are trying to create a new chart by importing the data from a CSV file, you may see the following error. This means that on the second row of the

  • How to display both value and percentage in slice of Pie Chart

    To display both value and percentage on your pie chart, follow these steps: 1 Go to Visualizer > Chart Library 2 Select the chart you want and click to edit it. 3 Navigate to Settings > Pie Settings,

  • Filter for Chart ID

    Any Visualizer charts have a specific chart ID that can be rendered on the post where the chart was added. This can be done by enabling some of the Frontend Actions or adding a custom code. This

  • Download CSV data of the chart without the row with series type

    The premium version of the Visualizer plugin allows you to enable the option to download the chart's data in CSV format on the front-end for users. This file contains the series type ( string,

  • How to change Line Chart's Vertical Axis color?

    The Line Chart is one of the most familiar charts used to display data. In order to have the vertical axis visible and change its color, you have to make sure that all the columns of your source file

  • How can I get support for free products

    To say it bluntly, we can't afford to offer human-based support for our free products; if you have a custom question as a user of our free products, you'll need to subscribe to one of our plans.

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  • How to enable frontend action buttons

    πŸ“ Note: This is a part of Visualizer's PRO features, which you can get from here. The frontend actions are very useful when it comes to engaging your visitors, and they can be easily configured;