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  • Hi Heathie – In order to do that you will need to set the expired time and then publish your content at 11:59PM.

    As an example – If you want your page to expire on Wed at 11:59PM, you could set up a page on Monday and set it to expire in 2 days and publish it at 11:59PM on Monday, hence it will expire at 11:59 on Wed.

    We are considering adding a “set time to expire” feature to our next version, as this has been a request from a few people.

    For more help please see http://help.internetmarketingwizard.com

    Thanks!

    Bill

    Iamhere

    (@iamhere)

    I am also interested in this feature.

    Couldn’t you simply tell wordpress to publish the post at a future time (i.e. 11.59pm) and also set the expiry as 24hrs?

    Will it work witht he forward publishing capability of WP?

    heathie

    (@heathie)

    Thanks, Bill. I was scheduling the page to publish at 11:59 p.m. and setting it to expire in 24 hours, but it didn’t always seem to work. Maybe I was missing something and not setting it consistently.

    Iamhere – Honestly not sure about that one, never tried it! If you try it I’d like to know if it works.

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