[wp-hackers] locale and date and time [fixed]
burobjorn at gmail.com
Thu Apr 3 09:51:29 GMT 2008
Thanks, but that is not what I meant.
I was referring to the localisation of the date and time in text. In
Friday the 13th
Vrijdag de 13e
I have switched languages to NL and installed the appropriate language
file. The admin interface is in Dutch so that works perfectly. I changed
the time / date format in the options, yet in the theme the date and
times are displayed in English. Anyway, after a good night sleep I had
another look at the theme and it was using the English suffix of the
date() function format options. Removed it et viola, it solved my issues.
met vriendelijke groet,
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Nikolay Bachiyski wrote:
> 2008/4/2, Burobjorn <burobjorn at gmail.com>:
>> I was wondering, after setting my WP language to Dutch (nl) why it
>> doesn't switch the dates and time accordingly. Am I overlooking
>> something or would this be a nice addition to Wordpress?
> Setting your locale doesn't mean you have moved to the Netherlands. We
> have Dutch users all over the world and forcing a timezone for them
> wouldn't be a pleasant experience.
> On install time WordPress will try to guess the GMT offset from your
> server date, so if your server has proper local time you won't have to
> change anything.
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