Reading Time is small WordPress plugin that creates a progress bar that indicates how much you’ve scrolled on a website. It’s very useful to show the reading progress on page or a blog post. Generally, such indicators are used on long articles and help readers understand how far they are from finishing the article. It support most popular browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE8+ and mobile browsers.
Now your readers have a graphical view of the estimation time and reading progress.
- Easy to use: Install & Go
- Works with all Themes
- Full Responsive, works on all devices
- Show the progress bar only on certain pages. Assign it to just about anything you want
- Easy to customise
- Customizable position
- Customizable colors
- Customizable height
- 8 styles avalible, more in next version
- Support For Mobile Devices
- Valid HTML5 Code
- Cross-browser Compatible
- Lightweight and Fast
- All major browsers supported: IE8+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Android browser, Opera, iOs browser
- Installation Guide
- Detailed Users Manual
6 months support by 42theme
Item support includes:
- All future updates made available for this item are included with purchase
- Availability of the author to answer questions
- Get assistance with reported bugs and issues
- Help with included 3rd party assets
Item support does not include:
- Customizations and installations
For more details, view the item support policy.
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Reading Time — Reading Progress Bar for WordPress v.1.1.0 (May 14, 2017)
+ Added: Settings link on plugin page + Added: Assignments. By selecting the specific assignments you can limit where progress bar should or shouldn't be published. + Added: Preview of styles in the admin panel. + Added: 2 New animated styles for progress bar: Shine, Glow. ^ Changed: Optimized and minimized JS and CSS files. # Fixed: Bug with custom CSS field # Fixed: Bug with z-index of progress bar
Reading Time — Reading Progress Bar for WordPress v.1.0.0 (April 15, 2017)
+ Initial release