A simple plugin that allows you to set an expiration date on posts. Once a post is expired, “Expired” will be prefixed to the post title.
You can show the expiration status of a post using the [expires] short code.
The [expires] short code accepts 5 optional parameters:
expires_on – The text to be shown when a post has not yet expired. Default:
This item expires on: %s
expired – The text to be shown when a post is expired. Default:
This item expired on: %s
date_format – The format the expiration date should be displayed in
class – The class or classes given to the DIV element
id – The ID given to the DIV element
%s will be replaced with the expiration date.
Have you found a bug or have a suggestion or improvement you’d like to submit? This plugin is available on Github and pull requests are welcome!
- Activate the plugin
- Go to Settings > Reading and set the expired prefix
- Add an expiration date to any post item that you wish to expire at a certain point in time
- Optionally add the [expires] short code to the post content
there is no possibility to choose the time, except for the choice of the date is more than anything.
Add if you can also select the time. If there was still a possibility except off positions, it would be even disable the widget, in general would have been super !!!
Very simple, and works!
I really found this plugin easy to use and nice.
But would have given 5 STARS rating, if there would have a feature of time of a particular day to make a post expire.
Like if i want to make a post expire at 5PM of 7 oct 2014.
How is this possible??
Waiting for a reply.
Contributors & Developers
“Simple Post Expiration” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Fix: Notice with PHP 7
- New: Translation files for pt_PT
- First release!