How to Use the WordPress Dynamic Date Plugin

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How to Use the WordPress Dynamic Date Plugin

Overview:

Within the zipped folder you downloaded, there are actually three different plugins. They are labeled:

1. Dynamic Date Plugin DD-MM-YYYY Format
2. Dynamic Date Plugin MM-DD-YYYY Format
3. Dynamic Date Plugin YYYY-MM-DD Format

IMPORTANT: YOU CAN ONLY USE ONE OF THESE PLUGINS AT A TIME. A FATAL ERROR WILL OCCUR IF YOU ATTEMPT TO USE MORE THAN ONE AT THE SAME TIME.

You should determine the proper calendar date format for the demographic you are targeting. If you do not know which format to use, you can visit the Wikipedia article on the subject at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calendar_date.

Installation & Setup

1. Upload the plugin file you want to use to your WordPress plugins folder /wp-content/plugins.
2. Go to WP admin panel and activate the "Dynamic Date Plugin" in the Plugins section.
3. Your plugin is now activated and ready to use.

Usage Instructions:

When writing a post or page, when you want to insert a calendar date, you will simply input a small tag into the post or page editor’s source or HTML tab. Here the tags to use:

 

demo11

 

 

 

demo2

 

 

 

demo31

 

You can customize the date to appear however you want by simply changing the number next to the plus or minus sign for a date in the future or in the past. Below are examples based on our images above:

 

Today’s Date is Jun 27, 2017

Tomorrow’s Date is: Jun 28, 2017

Yesterday’s Date was: Jun 26, 2017

In 10 days the date will be: Jul 07, 2017

30 Days Ago the Date was: May 28, 2017

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