CSS Date Time

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Description

CSS Date Time automatically adds dynamic Date Time CSS Styles to your HTML body element. Now you can easily customize the look and feel of your website based on month, day of the week, time of day, holidays and more.

Want to change the background of your site in the morning? No problem!

Need all your content to be upside-down on April Fools Day? Super easy!

With CSS Date Time the only limit is your imagination!

Set date and time based on WordPress time or user’s local time!

CSS Date Time works pre-load via PHP or post-load via Javascript!

Dynamic CSS Classes Include

  • Month
  • Day of the Week
  • Time of Day
  • Major Holidays
  • And many more!

For full details, documentation and tutorials visit CSS Date Time.

Screenshots

  1. CSS Date Time Settings

    CSS Date Time Settings

Faq

Installation Instructions

  1. Click “Add New” from the Plugins page in your WordPress Dashboard
  2. Enter “CSS Date Time” in the “Search Plugins” field
  3. Locate CSS Date Time and click “Add Now” followed by “Activate”
  4. Visit the CSS Date Time Settings page and follow the instructions to configure CSS Date Time

What does CSS Date Time do?

CSS Date Time Pro automatically adds dynamic Date Time CSS Styles to your HTML body element.

You add your own CSS classes to override and modify your site.

Want a night sky background in the evening? Just add the class to your CSS stylesheet.

.cssdt-evening { background-image: src(‘/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/night-sky.jpg’); }

Read the documentation for full details.

Does CSS Date Time use the visitor’s date time or my WordPress date time?

CSS Date Time can use either!

By default your WordPress date time are used to generate CSS classes.

To use the visitor’s date time CSS check the ‘Enable Javascript Callback’ and ‘Enable Browser-based Time’ in the settings.

Read the documentation for full details.

Does CSS Date Time work with caching plugins?

Yes! Read the documentation for full details.

Installation

  1. Click “Add New” from the Plugins page in your WordPress Dashboard
  2. Enter “CSS Date Time” in the “Search Plugins” field
  3. Locate CSS Date Time and click “Add Now” followed by “Activate”
  4. Visit the CSS Date Time Settings page and follow the instructions to configure CSS Date Time

Changelog

0.9.2

  • Removed unnecessary Javascript console.log()

0.9.1

  • Added local date/time option for Javascript

0.9.0

  • Initial version