Support » Plugin: Post Expirator » [Plugin: Post Expirator] Localization of date formatting and using attributes

  • Resolved amaes

    (@amaes)


    Hi,
    Thanks for this wonderful plugin. My website would be unusable without it.

    How could I make the [postexpirator] tag display the date in my local language, the language my WordPress install is set in? I already changed the date formatting but the month and day of the week still display in English. I broke the plugin trying to make it use the date_i18n() function and had to revert.

    Also how exactly do you make the [postexpirator] tag display the date only? I don’t really understand how to use the attributes.

    Many thanks

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

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  • Plugin Author Aaron Axelsen

    (@axelseaa)

    What language are you trying?

    You should be able to change “date” to “date_i18n” at the end of the “postexpirator_add_footer” function.

    I need to do some more testing, but pending no issues I can push out this fix.

    Plugin Author Aaron Axelsen

    (@axelseaa)

    I did some additional testing and this should be solved in 1.5.5 due out later today.

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