Basic example demonstrating how to override the generation method; in this case to the experimental Graphlib_Dot method.Continue reading
A example of some GraphViz that I found online some time ago and used to test SVG generation. I decided to publish it since it may help someone use the TFO-GraphViz plugin some day.Continue reading
A TFO-Graphviz plugin user recently posted some issues he was having with the plugin. One of his requests was to add the SVG output format which I had hitherto omitted because of the previous lack of browser support. Time has passed, it is time to fix that omission.
For maximum effect this also meant the introduction of the width and height attributes. This an example of the SVG output scaled to 100% of the width of its container on the page:
I came across the EHT Graphviz plugin for WordPress and, whilst useful, it has a very clumsy shortcode parser, is not well documented and only supports a subset of the Graphviz functionality. Now Graphviz is not exactly a standard for clear documentation but it is a useful tool for flow or organisational diagramming.
So I wrote my own WordPress plugin, which is demonstrated here. Continue reading