The Now Button simply changes the date and time of a post, page, or comment to… now. This useful if you make significant changes to a post, page, or comment and want to push it back to the front page or something of that nature.
Now button will be displayed:
When editing the date and time on a Post
When editing the date and time on a Page
When editing the date and time on a Comment
When quick editing a Post
When quick editing a Page
- To-do before 1.0
Isolate to specific pages, currently loaded on every admin_head call. Maybe use $pagenow, maybe something more elegant.
Please help clarify: 1) Does this plugin resolve the Google Webmaster Tools Structured Data Errors for missing the updated dates? 2) If I install and activate the plugin, is it correct that in order to get an updated date to display, I would need to go to each individual post and select Now, and the date that would display, would become the date on which I selected NOW? 3) Is the published date still also displayed? 4) If I am not doing any change other than select NOW, to get the updated date to resolve Structured Errors, will the post be re-published to my followers once I select Now on each post? Thank you for clarification! (I am using only default 2014 theme with plugins and looking for a plugin to resolve structured data errors as all fixes want to change the default theme which I understand we are not supposed to do.
January 16, 2013 by radiok
- Tweaked i18n, note i18n != l10n != l18n
January 11, 2013 by radiok
- Updated stable to tag to WordPress 3.5
- Added l18n
- Added es_ES translation
November 5, 2010 by radiok
- Added Now button to Quick Edit of Post or Page, as suggested by Chris
October 14, 2010 by radiok
- Initial release