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Is it possible to set a CSS stylesheet or a theme for articles that were published before X date?

The reason I ask is that we've just redesigned our website and some pages have images that are wider than the page size now.

  • Why not use max-width CSS property on images? That will keep wider images within page size, and normal images aren't affected. – its_me Jun 28 '12 at 10:52
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I php you can create an anchor class based on the desired date. I haven't tested it, but it should be something like this:

    // your relevant html parent element
    <div class="<?php echo getOlderPostsClassName( '5/5/2012',the_time() ); ?>">

    function getOlderPostsClassName($untilDate, $wordpressPostDate)
    {
       $start = strtotime($untilDate);
       $end = strtotime($wordpressPostDate);
       if ($start-$end > 0)
       {
          return 'My_css_class_for_older_posts';
       }
       else
       {
       return '';
       }
    }

Then in your Css you can target differently any descendant element:

.My_css_class_for_older_posts h2{
    color:red;
 }

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