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Vizlib Story Timeline Properties - Appearance and Settings

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General


General section is Qlik's native collection of titles, sub-titles and footers.

  • Show

Show allows users to choose to view details, such as descriptions, measures and dimensions.


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Settings




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Landing Page


These options let you customise the landing page. The landing page is the first view of the extension when the page is loaded or a selection is made.


  • Title

This is the heading title name on the extension.(optional)

  • The Description

This appears under the landing headline or to the right of the media if media is present.(optional)

  • Use Media on Landing Page

Gives you the ability to set the media objects on the landing page.

  • Media URL 

This is a video or image: this can be a youtube link address, dropbox pdf or an image such as png, jpg etc.(optional)

  • Media Caption

This is the caption that shows under the media item (only appears when media item is specified).(optional)

  • Media Credits

This is credit that shows to the bottom left of the media item (only appears when media item is specified).(optional)


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Supported Media Types


You can use URLs to all of the media types listed below inside the 'Media URL':

  1. Images 
    If your URL ends in jpg, gif, png or jpeg, it will be used as the source for an image tag. It should also work if there is a query string after the extension, perhaps specifying dynamic width and height values.

  2. Online Videos
    Use the URL for the page of the video for Vimeo, DailyMotion, Vine, and YouTube. Timeline honors Youtube start-at time parameters.

  3. Sound Cloud
    Use the URL for the SoundCloud clip page.

  4. Twitter 
    Use the Twitter embed code, or the URL of the tweet's page.

  5. Google Maps 
    Use the URL for the Google Maps page (unless you are using Streetview, which currently requires the embed URL found in the "Share" section). Coordinates, search results, placemarks and directions are all honored by Timeline. Supports roadmap, hybrid, satellite and terrain Google Maps, as well as directions, places, and Streetview maps.

  6. Google Plus 
    Use the URL for the Google Plus photo, found by right-clicking (or control-clicking) the image and selecting "Copy Image URL".

  7. Instagram  
    Use the URL for the Instagram photo's page. 

  8. Flickr 
    Use the URL for the Flickr photo's page. The shortened link provided in the share menu (e.g. https://flic.kr/p/sv3VN6) will also work.

  9. Imgur 
    Use the URL for the Imgur photo's page.

  10. DocumentCloud
    Use the URL of the Document Cloud document's page.

  11. Wikipedia 
    Use the URL of the Wikipedia article's page.

  12. Storify 
    Use the URL of the Storify.

  13. iframe 
    Instead of a URL, you can use <iframe> markup. This is a good general workaround to embedding media types that are not supported directly.

  14. Blockquote
    Instead of a URL, you can use <blockquote> tags around whatever text you want to quote.

  15. Embedly 
    If it doesn't recognize your media URL, it will try to use Embed.ly to get the best thing to include on your slide.


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Timeline Appearance


  • Default Background Color

Set the background color using standard Qlik Sense expression.

  • Navigation Position

Choose between the top and bottom navigation position.

  • Optimal Tick width

Determine the tick width.

  • Set Timenav 

Set the Timenav using percentage or pixels. 

  • Time Nav Height

Define the nav height.


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