Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Wordpress Schedule Your Content - in Posts or Pages


Now No Need to Schedule Multiple Posts or Pages. Just Create One Post or Page, and Schedule the Content of Post or Page whichever way you like.



Schedule your content plugin can help you in showing content within your wordpress blog for a specific period. You can decide when to start showing content and when to stop showing content. This plugin uses shortcodes which can be written within the post content or page content or in text widget also. This plugin uses 4 parameters to schedule your content. shortcode: [scheduler] Here is your content[/scheduler] Parameters: start_date, start_time, end_date, end_time



Date must be in YYYY-MM-DD format and time must be in 24-hour format.



  • Here is the simple example where you schedule your content for specific period:



[scheduler start_date='2012-05-13' start_time='06:30' end_date='2012-06-13' end_time='09:30'] This is scheduled Content. [/scheduler]



  • Here is the example where you want to schedule your content daily within 9am to 10am.



[scheduler start_date='' start_time='09:00' end_date='' end_time='10:00'] This is scheduled Content. [/scheduler]



  • Here is the example when you want your content should be expired on specific date and time.



[scheduler start_date='' start_time='' end_date='2012-05-16' end_time='10:00'] This is scheduled Content. [/scheduler]



  • Here is the example when you want to start showing your content on specific date and time and do not want it to be expired.



[scheduler start_date='2012-05-12' start_time='10:00' end_date='2099-05-16' end_time=''] This is scheduled Content. [/scheduler]



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