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Show/Hide Content at Set Time

Shortcodes to wrap around text, which specify at what date or time that content should appear or disappear, either once, or on a recurring basis.

11 reviews
Average Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Awesome!
By , for WP 4.5.2

Exactly what I was looking for! Works perfectly :-)

Awesome!
By ,

I have been looking for something like this for a long time. Excellent!

amazing ! should just be a part of wordpress. THANK YOU
By , for WP 4.4.2

Why this isn't a native part of WP is beyond me - but not only does this work flawlessly - but I was having an issue understanding some of the basics of it (not because the plugin is difficult but because I am an idiot), and the developer not only immediately responded but actually did the work for me. Truly amazing.

This solved so many problems for me - it's not even funny.

Thank you

Great plugin - and a suggestion to make it even better
By , for WP 4.4.2

I love this - though integrating the logic with some existing css-based logic on the site was challenging (my brain, not the plugin!)

Would have been easier if there were an 'else' option in it, but I've no idea how hard that would be to develop - could be nice though :)

That said, really useful as it is, and I have no doubt I shall use it on more sites in the future. Many Thanks!

Brilliant and well thought out.
By ,

To begin with THANK YOU. An excellent plugin, well designed and well executed.

I used the plugin to prevent visitors from placing on-line orders in Woo Commerce on a take out restaurant website after closing hours. Since the opening and closing hours varied through the week (see below) I used the nested short codes with the "daily" and "weekly" combination to achieve the desired results.

Timmings:
Mon - Thu : 11 am - 10 pm
Fri - Sat : 11 am - 11 pm
Sunday: 12 pm - 9 pm

While using the nested short codes I however noticed that using "1" in the name (e.g. [time-restrict-repeat-1]) is not allowed. This is not explicitly obvious in the description and took me some time to figure out! May I suggest that you consider adding this minor clarification to the description.

That said, this is a brilliant plugin that can be used in multiple ways. Keep it up brother.

Great for updating a section of a page
By , for WP 4.3.2

I needed to swap out a daily video on a page to show up at 6am every day and thanks to this shortcode i was able to do it, thanks Dave!

Example:

[time-restrict on="2016-01-06 6:00:00" off="2016-01-07 5:59:59"][https://youtu.be/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx][/time-restrict]
[time-restrict on="2016-01-07 6:00:00" off="2016-01-08 5:59:59"][https://youtu.be/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx][/time-restrict]
[time-restrict on="2016-01-08 6:00:00" off="2016-01-09 5:59:59"][https://youtu.be/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx][/time-restrict]
Excellent
By , for WP 4.3.1

Excellent plugin, it works good. Thanks for sharing.

Very good plugin
By , for WP 4.2.2

Good and valuable plugin. Please add 'select timezone' feature.

Very simple yet effective
By , for WP 4.2.2

Not complicated because it does not have to be. Works well for hiding an on line scheduling link that I do not want to have visible during the hours my office is open.

Best. Plugin. Ever.
By , for WP 4.0.1

On my website, Otaku no Podcast, I've run a little tradition every year during the holidays, where we pick 12 fun/cool/interesting anime/manga/Japan related products and feature them, one per day, starting December 14 and leading up through Christmas Day, December 25. Yeah, it's the whole "12 Days of Christmas" thing, only being a site about Japanese culture, we use the Japanese pronunciation, and call it "The 12 Days of Kurisumasu." Each day I post the day's product to our Twitter and Facebook, and list it on the 12 Days of Kurisumasu page. This is a long and tedious process, and I have often wondered if there is a way I can pick all my products ahead of time, do all their write-ups, and use an automated tool like Hootsuite to post each day's product on the day it is intended for. The problem with that is that all of the write-ups would be on the 12 Days page from the beginning, and I would rather not spoil the next days' entry ahead of time (i.e. I want to reveal them on the days they were intended for.) Also there have been times when I failed to post a day's entry, either because I forgot, or I was too busy to do the write-up, etc. If I could do all my write-ups ahead of time and schedule them to automatically reveal themselves on the proper day, that would make it much easier on me. Unfortunately I couldn't figure out a way to do this in WordPress... until I happened across your plugin. Works perfectly! Thanks!

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