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Need posts to expire at specific time

  • I’m sorry if this has been addressed before. I love the option to expire the post on the post date/time; it’s exactly what I need. Well, it’s close.

    I need the post to expire on the post day, but at 11:59PM. I assume I can accomplish this by modifying when the cron runs, but I can’t figure out how to do so. I saw something in another post about changing the interval, but that wouldn’t really do what I need it to. Is there a way to set the cron to run at a specific time?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/post-expirator/

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  • Set your Default Date/Time “today 23:59:59” without quotes using setting page

    Thanks, Skuran, but this isn’t doing what I need it to. I’m running an events calendar site, so the post date is a future date. I need the posts to expire on their post date, but not at their post time. For example, if I make a post for tomorrow, I need that post to expire tomorrow, but not until 11:59pm. Any idea how to make this happen?

    Plugin Author Aaron Axelsen

    @axelseaa

    You can add this to the feature request site. It could be done by adding another option on the backend.

    http://postexpirator.uservoice.com

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