You’ll probably need to change your Theme’s
index.phpfile but take a look at Formatting_Date_and_Time for some examples.
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In WP 2.0.2 see wp-admin/edit.php line 169 and modufy the date display accordin to this http://php.net/date
Thanks mate! That worked in the edit view… but only there… ;o(
I have the same problem in the pages view…. and i guess it might occur somewhere else as well.
Is there not a way to change it globally for all of WordPress?
If the parameters are hardcoded in the template tag – in this case
the_time()– nothing has effect on it.
I thought you said “externally” it works fine.
And for your question… I hoped you would figure out by analogy that for Pages you should look somewhere in the
The best way would of course be if there were a global option for setting this.
Yes, moshu… I tried to change one line there without any effect…. but OK I will try another one as well…. ;o)
I changed line 53 in edit-pages.php in the same way…. no effect.
falke’s question about ‘globally’ changing this is a good point.
Admin panels should honor the date and time Option->General settings.
This issue reported to trac:
Thanks for that MichaelH! I really should be easy to implement that…. just by a function call or something instead of using hard coded date format ;o)
I have been using Xoops for a long time but I am a total newbie with WordPress, but I have already decided to move a couple of charity sites from Xoops to WordPress, because of better performance, support (all the nice people here)and speedy development. Xoops seems to have stopped developing nearly completely… ;o(
But I cant figure out where I should make the edit to have the 24 hour date format in the edit pages view.
Well in admin-functions.php at line 643 in WordPress 2.0.2 you can try this:
<td><?php echo mysql2date(get_settings('date_format') .' ' . get_settings('time_format'), $post->post_modified); ?></td>
That does make Pages adhere to the settings in Options->General.
Looks like changing edit.php line 166 to this will work for the Posts:
<td><?php the_time(get_settings('date_format') .' <br /> ' . get_settings('time_format')); ?></td>
Yes, you are right. It seems while in the
edit.phpthey use a template tag (the_time), in the
edit-pages.phpa global variable is used (mysql2date)… which seemingly displays the time in a way that is not changeable for mortals 🙂
As I stated a million times I am not a coder, so my surprise was even bigger when I realized this line (52) is referencing to the “post_modified” in the DB – and in the DB that time-cell has a nice 24 hr format. Why does it get displayed as 12 hr am/pm even after deleting all the parameters from the edit-pages.php file on line 52… that’s the mystery!
EDIT. OK, I am slow – my reply was meant to be after this.
If i replaced the old dateline on line 646 with your line it worked fine….. ;o)
The same in edit.php on line 169. How great this support forum is! Thanks mate!
Will this be included i future versions or do I have to edit this manually when the bext version comes out?
You can follow http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2601 to see if it makes it into the next release.
If not, remember you will need to manually retrofit your changes into subsequent releases.
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