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<txp:expires />

The expires tag is a single tag used to indicate when an article should no longer appear in a site, particularly when the information is date sensitive (e.g. events like conferences, meetings and so forth). The tag is defined by expiration date values that are set under the ‘‘Date and time’ section of the Write panel.


Tag will accept the following attributes (case-sensitive):

format="format string"
Override the default date format set in the Preferences panel.
Values: any valid strftime string values.
Default: the ‘Archive date format’ set in preferences.
Return either local time (according to the set time zone preferences) or GMT.
Values: 0 (local time) or 1 (GMT).
Default: 0.
lang="ISO language code"
Format time string suitable for the specified language (locale).
Values: locales adhere to ISO-639.
Default: unset (time format set in the Preferences panel.

Common presentational attributes

These attributes, which affect presentation, are shared by many tags. Note that default values can vary among tags.

class="class name"
HTML class to apply to the wraptag attribute value.
Default: tag name or unset (see class cross-reference).
HTML tag to wrap around output, specified without brackets (e.g. wraptag="p").
Default: unset (but see wraptag cross-reference for exceptions).


Example 1: Custom format date setting

    <txp:expires format="%b %d, %Y" />

This would result in the following HTML output:

<p<Expires: Feb 03, 2014</p>

Example 2: Extended custom format date setting

    <time datetime="<txp:posted format="iso8601" />">
        <txp:posted class="time-day" wraptag="span" format="%d" />
        <txp:posted class="time-month" wraptag="span" format="%b" />
        <txp:posted class="time-year" wraptag="span" format="%Y" />

This would result in the following HTML output:

    <time datetime="2014-02-03T10:43:39Z">
        <span class="time-day">03</span>
        <span class="time-month">Feb</span>
        <span class="time-year">2014</span>

This provides styling hooks for each date part.


Version 4.0.7

Tag support added.

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