"A Year Before" shows a list of articles, which were written a certain time ago. So you can show in a history, what happend in your blog in
Just click on the configuration-button of the widget an use the selfexplaining popup-dialog. Use the output-pattern to define the look of the found articles. Possible patterns are:
You can call the plugin with a PHP-statement in a WordPress-Theme and pass some parameters in this scheme parameter1=value1¶meter2=value2¶meter3=value3 ...
You can use the following parameters
Shows the titles of the articles written 30 days ago without showing the date. The articles will not been showed as a HTML-list but simply seperated by a linebreak
ayb_posts("month=6&day=14¬found=Nothing blogged on this day.");
The titles of the articles written half a year and two weeks before, also showing the date . If there was no article written on that day, the output will be »Nothing blogged on this day.«
Looks up a year back for written articles. If none are found, the plugin will check the next 14 days in the future. If a article is found on some of this days, all articles of this day will be listed with a "year-month-day"-format.
Shows the title of all posts, which were posted on the same day in the same month, independend of the year. E.g. on chistmas day you will see all posts, which are posted on december 24th since the blog was started.
If you like CSS, you can style the date with the class
ayb_date, the link of the article with the class
ayb_link and the notfound-message by using the class
Deactivate the plugin, then select "delete" in the plugin-panel. The files and the options of this plugin will be deleted. Thank you for using "a year before". ;-)