Time Format

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  • #857129

    lilmaouz
    Member

    Hello, sorry to disturb, but what’s the result you get for this setting? Thanks in advance for your help.
    http://translate.wordpress.com/projects/wpcom/fr/default?filters%5Bstatus%5D=either&filters%5Boriginal_id%5D=2709&filters%5Btranslation_id%5D=562625

    The blog I need help with is lilmaouz.wordpress.com.

    #857294

    lilmaouz
    Member

    Oops! Sorry, it was Y/m/d \a\t g:i A (in glotpress) but it doesn’t matter, just telling me what’s the result on your own website would be fantastic. Thanks :)

    #857307

    lilmaouz
    Member

    Sorry, me again (this topic isn’t about a translation issue)
    Could it be this ” \.\.\.” variable to be missing or incorrect in the php or so?
    (the opinion of someone familiar with this language would be more than welcome)

    #857311

    justjennifer
    Moderator

    According to the documentation on time settings linked from the Dashboard>Settings>General Settings Y/m/d \a\t g:i A should produce

    2010/11/06 at 12:50 AM

    #857317

    lilmaouz
    Member

    Hello, justjennifer. Thanks for your reply.
    Yes, it “should”, but it doesn’t…
    Currently \a\t g:i A produces this: \am\31 11:47 AM
    Did you try successfuly, or have any idea how to get the correct result?

    #857320

    lilmaouz
    Member

    In french “am/pm” does not exist.
    We say: Publié le 29 mars à 11h 58
    So we need this \h function
    Many of us have tried, in vain

    #857331

    justpi
    Member

    For “29 mars à 11h 58” you need this (without the space between & and #):

    d F à h& #104; i

    #857333

    justpi
    Member

    In case that’s not clear, this (without the spaces)
    & # 1 0 4 ;
    is the HTML for the letter h.

    #857342

    lilmaouz
    Member

    Justpi, you’re just awesome :D
    THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH!!! ٩(•̃-•̃ )۶♥

    #857345

    justpi
    Member

    You’re welcome!

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