8 WordPress Plugins For Generating HTML5 Charts

WordPress started as just a blogging system, but has evolved to be used as full content management system and so much more through the thousands of plugins and themes. There are many plugins in WordPress to add graphical representations of your data to your posts and pages. They help in adding static as well as dynamic visualization in sites. Whether you want to generate a static chart or create a dynamic visualization of your data, here are 8 WordPress plugins that will help you achieve your goal.

Responsive Charts

This is one of the best data visualization tools for bringing charts, graphs, tables, and maps to WordPress. It allows you to create HTML5 animated charts easily in WordPress.



WordPress Visualizer plugin is a simple, easy to use and quite powerful tool to create, manage and embed interactive charts into your WordPress posts and pages.


WordPress Charts

Create amazing HTML5 charts easily in WordPress. A flexible and lightweight WordPress chart plugin including 6 customizable chart types.


Charts Ninja

Charts Ninja is a super powerful tool for adding beautiful graphs and charts to your website. Charts Ninja’s charts are responsive, meaning, they will be displayed properly on all devices including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers.


RJ Quickcharts

RJ Quick Charts is the only WordPress plugin available that allows users to easily enter data that is immediately built out into a chart below as they type. Quick Charts uses all native WordPress UI so it feels right at home without adding any excessive bloat to your site.


amCharts: Charts and Maps

This plugin solves the problem by allowing you to create chart code snippets, that then subsequently can be inserted into the posts or pages as a shortcode.


Chart.js Shortcodes

WordPress plugin that provides shortcodes for easier use of Chart.js charts in your content.


Chart Expert

Chart Expert gives some classes to each element when generating, so you can define a custom style by the class and it’s possible to extend the structure directly by D3 and C3.



  1. rememberussays:

    cool charts but neither of them has any option to use databases.
    Would be nice to process the data based on queries.

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