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Displaying dynamic data with bar graphs on GeneratePress

  • I am working on a project where I need to display frequently updated dynamic data on a page of my website. I am seeking advice on the best way to present these data in a table or list format, accompanied by bar graphs. The data is automatically updated 8 times a day, and I would like to represent it clearly and in a visually appealing manner.

    I am looking to implement something like:

    – Table 1 – Current Date
    – Item 1 – bar graph indicating 100 points
    – Item 2 – bar graph representing 80 points
    – …

    – Table 2 – Previous Day
    – Item 1 – bar graph indicating X points
    – Item 2 – bar graph representing Y points
    – …

    – Table 3 – Weekly Consolidation
    – Table 4 – Monthly Consolidation
    – Table 5 – Yearly Consolidation

    Here is an example:


    I have considered using a Google Spreadsheets table, but I am not sure if it can support the graphical representation I need. I would also like to avoid paid plugins if possible, since the embedded WordPress table does not meet my aesthetic needs.

    Does anyone have suggestions on how I could create these tables/lists with dynamic bar graphs in GeneratePress without using paid plugins? Any specific code, theme feature, or other tool you would recommend?

    Thank you in advance for any help.

  • Hi there,

    Unfortunately, there isn’t anything in GP or GB that would help with the graph requirement.

    Your best is definitely to use a paid plugin for a specific requirement like this.

    Or else you would need to hire a developer to create a custom solution. Take a look at the Codeable suggestion at the bottom of this page:

    I hope this helps 🙂

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