Update to oik-themes v1.4.0 to support Full Site Editing (FSE) themes. FSE themes, which are currently experimental, deliver block based templates and template parts.
oik-clone v2.0.1 contains a fix for a 500 internal server error being produced when cloning content with certain taxonomy terms.
Update to Slog v1.3.1 for a new Driver tab and improved display of charts grouping Elapsed times.
SB-Chart-Block v0.0.8, a WordPress single block plugin, supports 4 different chart types; Line, Bar, Horizontal bar and Pie.
Slog v1.2.1 is the first version of the Slog WordPress plugin to automatically visualise your WordPress web server’s processing.
Analyse daily trace summary reports to see what your site’s been doing.
Upgrade to oik-bwtrace v3.2.0 to get the HTTP response code in daily trace summary records and other fixes for out of memory related problems.
Update to oik v4.1.2 for improved support for autoloading.
Update to fix a problem if some of your products use shipping classes. Tested with WooCommerce v4.9.1.
By default the Chart block will automatically pick the range for the y-axis.
- If you choose stacked the chart always starts from zero.
This bar chart shows the Top 12 plugins in terms of Total downloads from wordpress.org and the number of active sites. It looks to me as though the chart’s on a slope. I think it’s an optical illusion.
Here’s the same chart as Horizontal bar chart, using a different colour palette. Notice how the bars overlay each other.
How do we define a height field that’s only set when the user wants to define an initial height?
This stacked Bar chart example has the height set to 230px.
In this example I’m trying to see what happens with Fill with two, three or more lines.
That explains it then. If you want to show an area chart and the background colour is not opaque then you should have the lower values as the first series. Otherwise, as in the first chart, you may only see the line and not the fill.