Each of the links below the video is a Timestamp – also known as “Chapter Markers” or “Chapter Marks”.
And clicking on them will make the video jump to the specified time.
For e.g., if you click on the 3rd link below, it will jump 12 seconds into the video.
- If you want to build a profitable online business (3 secs)
- Listen to Ravi podcast (6 secs)
- Start creating Membership Sites (12 secs)
- But if you keep selling one-time products (21 secs)
And this is what the actual S3MediaVault Timestamp code looks like in the WordPress editor. And the code below, turns into the links above, when the page is loaded.
- [ s3mvtimestamp time=”3″ linktext=”If you want to build a profitable online business (3 secs)” ]
- [ s3mvtimestamp time=”6″ linktext=”Listen to Ravi podcast (6 secs)” ]
- [ s3mvtimestamp time=”12″ linktext=”Start creating Membership Sites (12 secs)” ]
- [ s3mvtimestamp time=”21″ linktext=”But if you keep selling one-time products (21 secs)” ]
In the above example shortcodes, we’ve entered a space between the opening square bracket [ and the text s3mvtimestamp because if we joined the two together, WordPress will think it is an actual shortcode, and will turn them into timestamped links :-). So if you copy the above code, be sure to remove the blank space and then insert it as is into your WordPress editor, and when you view the page, it will turn into a timestamp (or chapter mark).