Small, though interesting, problem. I am used to have the timestamp following each of my posts. (
http://www.carnetsdetoile.ca/wp) Now, if I need an update to any post, I want it to follow the timestamp, so that it features a time that is chronologically latter than the one of the post. The code in the index.php looks like this:
<?php the_date(("l d F Y"),'<h3>','</h3>');?>
<?php the_content(); ?>
<h3 class="storytitle" id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>">" rel="bookmark" title="lien permanent: <?php the_time() ?>"> <?php the_time("\\(H\\hi\\)");?> </h3>
<?php endforeach; else: ?>
<?php _e('DÃ©solÃ©s, aucune donnÃ©e ne correspond Ã votre requÃªte.'); ?>
<?php endif; ?>
Now, how can I do that if the
php the_timeis the last thing in the loop?
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