Mostrar/Ocultar contenido a la hora establecida

Descripción

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This plugin provides shortcodes allowing you to display content or hide content at given dates and times. You can also combine the two to show some content at a given time, and then hide it at another time.

There’s also a separate shortcode if you want to repeat a schedule for showing and hiding content – for example to only show information about a radio show while it’s on air.

Uso – uso único

To show or hide content at one point in time, you can use the [time-restrict] shortcode. For example:

[time-restrict off="2015-01-01"]Please enter our competition[/time-restrict]
[time-restrict on="2015-01-01"]Sorry, this competition has closed[/time-restrict]

If you do not enter a time with the date, it will default to 00:00:00, so in the above example, the first message will show up until 2015-01-01 00:00:00 (i.e. until the first second of 2015) and the second message will show up from 2015-01-01 00:00:00 (i.e. from the first second of 2015)

Puedes usar cualquier cadena de fecha u hora soportada por PHP , como:

[time-restrict off="September 10th, 2014"]Will display until 09/10/2014[/time-restrict]
[time-restrict off="2014-09-10"]Will display until 09/10/2014[/time-restrict]
[time-restrict off="10-Septmber 2014"]Will display until 09/10/2014[/time-restrict]
[time-restrict on="2014/09/10 18:00:00"]Will show after 09/10/2014 at 6pm[/time-restrict]

También puedes combinar las fechas de inicio y finalización para el mismo contenido. Entonces, si quieres que aparezca algo de contenido entre el 1 de enero y el 10 de enero, puedes hacer lo siguiente:

[time-restrict on="2015-01-01" off="2015-01-11"]
This is a limited time offer
[/time-restrict]

Uso – calendario de repetición

To show and hide content on a recurring schedule, you can use the [time-restrict-repeat] shortcode. Your options are a daily, weekly, monthly or annual schedule.

A daily schedule takes the following form:

[time-restrict-repeat type="daily" ontime="09:00:00" offtime="17:00:00"]
Working 9 to 5
[/time-restrict-repeat]

Note that you can also cross over midnight, so to only show something from 10PM to 5AM, you can use:

[time-restrict-repeat type="daily" ontime="22:00:00" offtime="05:00:00"]
For the night owls
[/time-restrict-repeat]

A weekly schedule takes the following form:

[time-restrict-repeat type="weekly" onday="Monday" offday="Friday"]
The work week
[/time-restrict-repeat]

También puedes especificar las horas de inicio y finalización si así lo deseas (se supondrá que comenzará a las 00:00:00 y terminará a las 23:59:59 si se omiten, como se indicó anteriormente):

[time-restrict-repeat type="weekly" onday="Friday" offday="Monday" ontime="17:00:00" offtime="08:00:00"]
It's the weekend baby!
[/time-restrict-repeat]

A monthly schedule takes the following form:

[time-restrict-repeat type="monthly" ondate="01" offdate="07"]
The first week of the month
[/time-restrict-repeat]

You can both cross over the end of the month, and apply times to your start and end dates, e.g.

[time-restrict-repeat type="monthly" ondate="25" offdate="05" ontime="17:00:00" offtime="08:00:00"]
We are exceptionally busy at the end of each billing cycle. Please bear with us!
[/time-restrict-repeat]

And lastly, an annual schedule takes the following form:

[time-restrict-repeat type="annually" onmonth="June" offmonth="August" ondate="01" offdate="31"]
I'm currently in the mountains enjoying the summer!
[/time-restrict-repeat]

You can cross over the end of the month or even the end of the year, and apply times to your start and end dates, e.g.

[time-restrict-repeat type="annually" onmonth="December" ondate="24" offmonth="January" offdate="05" ontime="17:00:00" offtime="08:00:00"]
Our employees are currently enjoying time with their families for Christmas. We'll be back after the New Year.
[/time-restrict-repeat]

If you’re feeling creative, you can even nest shortcodes to account for multiple concurrent conditions. Since you cannot nest shortcodes with the same name, you need to add -2 or -3 to time-restrict-repeat in your shortcode (e.g. [time-restrict-repeat-2]).

Por ejemplo, mostrar un mensaje durante el horario comercial solo de lunes a viernes:

[time-restrict-repeat type="daily" ontime="08:00:00" offtime="17:00:00"]
[time-restrict-repeat-2 type="weekly" onday="Monday" offday="Friday"]
Our store is currently open
[/time-restrict-repeat-2]
[/time-restrict-repeat]

You can also define a message which should appear if your content is not showing by using the else attribute @since 2.5. For example, you could invite people to visit your store during opening hours and ask them come back soon otherwise, like this:

[time-restrict-repeat type="daily" ontime="08:00:00" offtime="17:00:00" else="We're currently closed. Come back and see us when we're open."]
[time-restrict-repeat-2 type="weekly" onday="Monday" offday="Friday" else="We're currently closed. Come back and see us when we're open."]
Our store is currently open
[/time-restrict-repeat-2]
[/time-restrict-repeat]

Ten en cuenta que con los códigos cortos anidados, debes añadir el atributo elsea cada shortcode.

Cosas a tener en cuenta

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Instalación

  1. Upload shortcodes-to-show-or-hide-content.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activa el plugin desde el menú ‘Plugins’ de WordPress
  3. Usa shortcodes alrededor de tu texto

FAQ

How do I get the plugin to do «this»?

Check the Description tab for several examples showing what the plugin can do.

If you’re still stuck, the best thing to do is to submit an issue on GitHub. If you don’t have a GitHub account, then get in touch with me and I’d be glad to help you out.

Can you add a feature to this widget?

Probably. The best thing to do is to create a new feature request on GitHub. If you don’t have a GitHub account, then tell me what this widget should do that it doesn’t currently.

Something’s not right. What should I do?

The best thing to do is to submit an issue on GitHub. If you don’t have a GitHub account, then get in touch with me and I’ll see about getting it fixed.

Reseñas

4 de noviembre de 2018
This helped me to create a radio statioon website. Thanks for your plugin. Best regards
21 de marzo de 2018
I've designed a conference website. Used this plugin to display count down timer up to beginning of conference, and then displayed conference started message and then display conference ended message. Works perfectly. Make sure no caching plugins are used. When used, content will not change and will be served from cache only. Hats off to developer.
13 de febrero de 2018
I have a client with a pre-recorded radio show that airs every week at the same time. I receive and upload the recordings ahead of time and set the time to [show] the audio about 5 minutes after each show finishes. This little gem works every time!
27 de diciembre de 2017
This is a well thought out and easy to use plugin that works very well. I wanted to refresh market data when the market is open and not when it's closed. What might have taken a few days to accomplish, this plugin did in just a few minutes. One clarification: "on" and "off" parameters specify when to show the information and not when the restriction is on or off (which is what I thought first). So when you nest one restriction within another, the outer restriction must be "on" (i.e., the information is visible) and the inner restriction can be "off" (make it invisible), but it doesn't seem that the reverse is possible.
14 de abril de 2017
Every week we publish events at a specific time across several pages. This tool has been flakey. While it works part of the time, other times it does not work.
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Colaboradores y desarrolladores

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Registro de cambios

2.5

Fecha de lanzamiento: 14 de diciembre de 2016

  • Addition of else parameter.
  • Retire old (pre v2.0) shortcodes.

2.4

Release date: May 23, 2016

  • Coding standards, logic and performance improvements.

2.3.1

Release date: August 31, 2015

  • Corrected an error in the weekly logic (props Jérôme)

2.3

Release date: December 5, 2014

  • Introduced recurring annual schedule (previously only monthly/weekly/daily). Just use type=»annually» in your shortcodes.
  • Mejoras de código.

2.2

Release date: October 9, 2014

  • Fixed inability to nest shortcodes by introducing distinct copies of the time-restrict-repeat shortcode ([time-restrict-repeat-2] and [time-restrict-repeat-3])

2.1.1

Release date: October 2, 2014

  • Se corrigió el error por el cual el contenido se mostraba todo el tiempo cuando coincide con el día y día festivo, o con la coincidencia entre fecha y hora.

2.1

Release date: August 30, 2014

  • Código revisado para permitir que el día y día festivo sean lo mismo. Lo mismo para ondate y offdate.
  • Changed attributes for [time-restrict] shortcode to be more in line with the rest of the plugin. Now using ‘on’ and ‘off’ instead of ‘show’ and ‘hide’, though the show and hide attributes will continue to work.

2.0

Release date: August 22, 2014

  • New combined [time-restrict] shortcode allows for hide and show times for the same piece of content
  • New [time-restrict-repeat] shortcode allows you to show and hide content on a daily, weekly or monthly recurring basis
  • Mejoras de código
  • Legacy shortcode support
  • Enables nesting shortcodes within new shortcodes
  • Plugin now respects site’s local time, rather than server time