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[Resolved] [Plugin: Smart Archives Reloaded] Excluding not working

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  • What version of the plugin are you using?

    What are you using to exclude cateogories? The settings page, shortcode, template tag?

    Please paste the relevant code.

    Hi Scribu. I’m using version 1.8.3. I’m using the template tag <?php smart_archives(); ?>

    And the settins page is like this:

    Exclude Categories by ID: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

    Format: block

    Use wp-cron: unckecked.

    Try the “Clear cache” button in Settings -> Smart Archives.

    Also try the development version.

    Hi Scribu. Development version works fine now. I just want to know if is possible to exclude child categories. I have a parent category named as “News / Blog”. This category has 2 child categories: “eng” (for english posts) and “esp” for spanish posts. When you are at “news-blog” category, I use conditional tags and language sessions. So, if session = esp, I use a query_post call to show only posts belonging to “esp” child category. And if session = eng, show only posts from “eng” child categories. I tried to duplicate the plugin, but if doesn’t works.

    Hi Scribu. It’s me again. Well…I just code a little bit the output format of months links editing generator.php

    Take a look at this:

    if ($_SESSION["idioma"]=="esp") {
    if ( $posts = $wpdb->get_results($query) ) {
    $month = array(
    'posts' => $posts,
    'link' => get_month_link($year, $i) .'?category_name=esp'
    self::$monthsWithPosts[$year][$i] = $month;
    } else {
    if ( $posts = $wpdb->get_results($query) ) {
    $month = array(
    'posts' => $posts,
    'link' => get_month_link($year, $i) .'?category_name=eng'
    self::$monthsWithPosts[$year][$i] = $month;

    Now I’m wondering how to change the timestamp format. I mean…I want that if session = esp, month abbreviation be in spanish (ENE, FEB, MAR, etc.) but if session = eng display JAN, FEB, MAR, etc.

    Thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english.

    I guess that I have to apply some filter, but don’t know how.

    See this guide.

    Hi Scribu. Thanks for your always generous reply. I see the guide but I can’t catch how to apply a filter or customize the wp_locale output.

    I found the lines in generator.php where is supposed to code the wp_locale output and I was a long time roundarounding it…but I couldn’t get it working.

    I’m do this:

    if ( 'short' == $format )
    if ($_SESSION["idioma"]=="esp") {
    $month = $wp_locale->get_month_abbrev($month);
    } else {
    /* here is supposed to be the english month abbreviation stuff */
    $months[$i] = esc_html($month);

    Do you know what I have to do to apply and english month format?


    Well Scribu. I hardcoded the locale.php file at wp-includes folder to get the plugin workings as I wanted. I duplicated de get_month_abbrev function as it follows:

    First, I duplicated month_abbrev:

    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('January')] = __('Jan');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('February')] = __('Feb');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('March')] = __('Mar');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('April')] = __('Apr');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('May')] = __('May');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('June')] = __('Jun');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('July')] = __('Jul');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('August')] = __('Aug');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('September')] = __('Sep');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('October')] = __('Oct');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('November')] = __('Nov');
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__('December')] = __('Dec');
    foreach ($this->month_abbrev_eng as $month_ => $month_abbrev_eng_) {
    $this->month_abbrev_eng[$month_] = preg_replace('/_.+_abbreviation$/', '', $month_abbrev_eng_);}

    Then, I declared the function:

    function get_month_abbrev_eng($month_name) {
    return $this->month_abbrev_eng[$month_name];}

    And finally, apply conditional tags to generator.php file from your plugin:

    if ($_SESSION["idioma"]=="esp") {
    $month = $wp_locale->get_month_abbrev($month);
    } else {
    $month = $wp_locale->get_month_abbrev_eng($month);

    That’s all! Thanks for your plugin.

    Where I put:

    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__(‘May’)] = __(‘May’);

    I must have to put:

    $this->month_abbrev_eng[__(‘May’)] = __(‘May_May_abbreviation’);

    I really don’t have time to look into it at the moment.

    Perhaps you can ask on WP Questions for a solution that doesn’t involve modifying core files.

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