Embed scheduled content into your pages, posts and even custom post types supporting shortcodes.
[szbl_scheduled_content] to wrap and schedule your content. To hide content until a specific date, use the
start attribute. To have content expire, use the
[szbl_scheduled_content start="Jan 1, 2013 12am" end="Apr 14, 2013 12:00pm"]This is my scheduled content[/szbl_scheduled_content]
You can enter dates/time in any standard format and the plugin should interpret them correctly, using the timezone set under Settings General.
What formats can I use in the start/end attributes?
The plugin uses PHP’s strtotime() function, so any valid date/time format should work.
Does my content have to have a start date? I just want it to expire
Omit the start attribute and your content will simply expire.
Does my content have to have an end date? I just want it to not start until a specific date
Omit the end attribute and your content will never expire, it will just be hidden until the start attribute’s date.
What timezone does this plugin use?
We make every effort to use the timezone settings within your WordPress installation (comparisons are made using date_i18n which inherits the WP timezone settings).
What are my content filtering/shortcode options?
You can set the following two attributes to toggle nested shortcode processing and applying filters for
true, can be set to
true, can be set to
Content filtering must be turned off for the
shortcodes attribute to take effect. You’d only want to use these if you want to remove content filtering (like
wptexturize) but still process shortcodes:
[szbl_scheduled_content start="Jan 1, 2013 12am" end="Apr 14, 2013 12:00pm" content_filtering="false" shortcodes="true"]This is my scheduled content. [another_shortcode] [/szbl_scheduled_content]
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Use [szbl_scheduled_content start=”January 1, 2013″ end=”January 15, 2013″]
- WP 5.2 compatibility check.
ignore_yearattribute to the shortcode, to allow for ignoring the year in the start/end timestamps.
- Updates to readme.txt
- First commit. Basic functionality.