how can i query posts AFTER a date (todays), the >= operator doesn’t seem to work
this is what i have
<?php $current_day = date(‘d’); ?>
<?php $current_month = date(‘m’); ?>
<?php $current_year = date(‘Y’); ?>
<?php query_posts(“year>=$current_year&monthnum>=$current_month&day>=$current_day&order=ASC”); ?>
<!– put your loop here –>
if i change the operator to = it will return only posts on that date, but the above code, which i thought would return posts after a date doesn’t work?
NB i am very unfamiliar with PHP although i have a lot of experience on the dark side (microsoft/ASP). i am SERIOUSLY impressed with WordPress after only a couple of evenings i’ve managed to put together a very versatile CMS for my site.
The reason for wanting posts after todays date is that i’m using an events category with the “allow future dates” plugin, i only want to show events that are coming up, not those that have passed.
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