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[Resolved] Date formats in column – override possible?

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  • Plugin Author Tobias Schutter

    @tschutter

    Hi Mark,

    I am also a fan of ACF, it is a really nice plugin and it works well with Admin Columns.

    I have noticed that ACF has choosen a default date value that is not complaint with “ATOM” – ‘yy-mm-dd’ (Same as RFC 3339/ISO 8601), which is also the format WordPress uses internally.

    To give better support for a greater variety of dates I will add a fix in the next release of Admin Columns ( v1.4.6.5 ). This fix will parse all custom dates with strtotime(). This will make it work with Advanced Custom Fields even better and will prevent me from adding an additional field to define the source date.

    If you want a beta just let me know and I will send you a copy.

    Thanks for the feedback.

    marky_uk

    @marky_uk

    What a great response … thanks Tobias 🙂

    Would love a beta – love the proactive approach, and that would be brilliant.

    Thank you! Look forward to it

    Mark

    Plugin Author Tobias Schutter

    @tschutter

    Get your beta here: http://www.codepress.nl/codepress-admin-columns-1.4.6.5.zip.

    Let me know if it works!

    marky_uk

    @marky_uk

    Hey hey

    Look at that! Worked straight away 🙂 Woohoo, thank youuuu! So happy.

    Might be nice to change the output date format … just saying …. 😉

    Mark

    Plugin Author Tobias Schutter

    @tschutter

    The outputted date format is determined by your general settings. Just go to Settings > General > Date Format and you can change it there.

    Nice to read such an enthusiastic response!

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