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Easy Scheduled Posts

An easy to use WordPress function to add scheduled posts to any theme.

How do I display the results?

Insert the following code into your WordPress theme files:

General results Without passing any parameters, the plugin will return ten results or fewer depending on how many posts you have.

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts();?>

Specific number of results If you would like to return a specific number of results as your maximum:

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts('count=10');?>

Altering the before and after values By default the plugin wraps your code in list item (<li>) tags but you can specify how to format the results using the following code:

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts('before=<p>&after=</p>');?>

Adding a Link new If you'd like to link to the post (remember it's not live yet) you can do so by calling:

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts('link=true');?>

Order of links new You can change the order of the links by using ASC for ascending, DESC for descending or RAND for random order.

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts('order=ASC');?>

Echo vs. Return Finally, if you'd like to copy the results into a variable you can return the results as follows:

<?php thisismyurl_easy_scheduled_posts('show=false');?>

Is this plugin stable?

Technically yes. Until I upgrade the version to 1.x, I still consider it to be in development but yes it has been tested and works well.

Requires: 2.8.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-7-6
Downloads: 7,424

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