September 26, 2012

How to change Date & Time format in WordPress

Every blog post has publication date and time displayed at the top or bottom of the post contents in WordPress. By default, the_date() and the_time() functions are used to display date and time information respecitively. Majority of WordPress themes already contain these functions to display date and time…

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