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After some research on wp codex I found my solution. Here I have to change birth_date format during save. I saved value like yy-mm-dd this format and changed my meta_query Here is the code $studentdata = get_users( array( 'meta_query'=> array( array( ...


// This won't show date in all cases the_date( 'F d, Y' ); // This will show date in all cases the_time( 'F d, Y' );


I am using this answer from StackOverflow as a basis which using functions from PHP 5.2.2 The main issue is that human_time_diff() doesn't always return days, nor does it have a parameter on what to return. This function just returns how long they have been registered, whether it's days, weeks, months, or years. I believe the most reliable solution is to ...


You should use date_i18n(): $timestamp = get_post_meta($post_to_edit->ID, '_single_date', true); $friendly_date = date_i18n( get_option('date_format'), $timestamp ); ?><input value="<?= $friendly_date ?>" name="_single_date" />


I have just made this code you can try out: add_filter( 'the_content', 'restrict_access' ); function restrict_access( $content ) { $user_info = wp_get_current_user(); // Get logged in user info $registered = $user_info->user_registered; if( !is_user_logged_in() ) { $content = __( "You are not logged in.", 'your_textdomain' ); ...


In your loop while(have_posts() ) : the_post(); you are unconditionally going through all posts, but since the loop stops after the_post() nothing actually happens. So that's where the condition has to go: while(have_posts() ) { the_post(); if ($daysleft >= 0) { ... other actions } } Your code looks a bit incomplete to me, ...

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