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  • I downloaded and installed this and started editing my theme before i realized i wanted swedish time and date-formatting. So rather than install the swedish template and start over with the design, I thought I’d edit my existing php-file that contains the dates so that it’ll output “Måndag” instead of “Monday” etc. problem is, I can’t find what file to edit. Does anyone know where I should look?

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  • Day names are in locale.php.
    The date format is either from the options or hard coded in the theme template. Either way you need to look at

    Ok, so now I have altered the weekdays and months in locale.php. I’ve also changed the date format in the Options/General-section, and from there, it looks great (i.e., the example output under the input field shows the date format exactly as I want it) BUT when I update my browser-window, nothing has changed. I’ve tried to make a new post, but the date-format still looks the same.

    It should read: Söndagen den 30 April, 2006 (l j F, Y)
    But it still reads: April 30th, 2006

    Any ideas?

    See above: or hard coded in the theme template

    hehe thanks a bunch, I found it two seconds after your reply.

    ONE final question, and then I’ll leave this thread alone, I swear:

    I’d like to change the “st/nd/rd/th” suffix to something that fits better with the swedish dates. I couldn’t find this one in locale.php, so apparently it’s in some other php include?

    Mark (podz)


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    You’ll need to go to the link in Options – there they have a huge range of ways of displaying dates, times, years, days etc

    I don’t know of any possibility to have those suffixes translated – but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. You will have to search the PHP site in your language and see if there is any solution for that.

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