Use Posts Modified Date plugin and Simply show post updated date before content in single post!!!
WordPress using for many purposes. Most of the bloggers want to show last update date in blog post. Example, when you publish an article in your blog, there are often times you might need to make updates. This plugin will help you to display post updated date before content in every single post.
If you want to change the title “Last Updated on:” or want to show this bellow content or need anything modification just contact with us! And don’t forget to give 5 stars ratings!!!
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For example, if your article Posted on June 1, 2016, and you found out five days later that there was an update to the article. You can just edit the article, and it will show “(Last Updated On: June 5, 2016)” before content that article. Still there showing original published date in post info. So you’re going to show both dates published and updated to the readers. And this will help you to notice your readers that blog is always updated.
Just simply install Post Updated Date plugin and it will be automatically display Last Updated Date in your WordPress posts.
- Upload the ‘post-updated-date’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Youre done!
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Shows the published date (not the modified date, as the name would imply). Since this capability is already provided, the plugin only adds the ability to sort the column.
If you're searching for a free, "done-for-you", "ready-to-use", Wordpress plugin to automatically display the "Last Updated On" date within each one of your posts, look NO further. This is the perfect plugin for YOU! And, the setup is too simple. Plus, you need NO knowledge of code. At my humble request, Ataul made it so that even my "Categories" section (a list of post titles and excerpts) would also show the "Last Updated On" date as I update posts. So, now each posts (in each of my categories) reads - published date and last updated date. You can check out the fantastic work that he did for me on my website - iLoveToLiveWell.com. He gets a 5-star for his wonderful plugin, a 5-star for his responsiveness, a 5-star for his willingness to help and a 5-star for his great customer service. Ataul has over 1,000 active users, and I'm now thrilled to say that I'm one of them! The only thing that I have left to say - Get this plugin. You'll be so happy you did! Oh, and another thing I really like is that he uses the words "Last Updated On" instead of "Last Modified On". Thanks Ataul. Keep up the terrific work! BTW, I don't personally know Ataul - I'm just loving his helpful plugin. Blessings, Dianne Wawrzyniak-Marshall
The plugin does what it's supposed to do and the creator Ataul helped me with the translation of the plugin. Ataul responds very quick if you need some help!
If you wanna see what the (translated) plugin looks like, you can see my posts at darmrevolutie.nl
I've gone many years hoping to find a plugin to display date on our news stories on wwwTennisReporters.net. Post Updated Date allows us to do that! Great plugin!
Hi, this plugin is excellent showing when the posts are last updated but it doesn't show on the blog roll when you first see it, only the original date does.
I left you the link for the 2nd page where my original posts are. I have a new website so I don't have a lot of posts yet. You will see how on this blog roll the old date is there in front. On this page you will see from the bottom up the dates starting in March.
**Ok so in my review the link is not showing, just an FYI for other's reading this. I didn't forget to add it. It must be just for the owner to view. Thanks**
It's NOT until you click the title or 'read more' to open the post that you see the updated date which looks nice there.
Also, it does NOT show BOTH dates 'together'as stated, but at least the updated date is there.
Is there a way you can show the update on the blog roll for each post? It's too bad it shows right under the title and may deter the visitor from reading it.
This is a great idea but because it automatically applies to EVERY post, it simply highlights that a post has NOT been updated. I have thousands of posts. Many, such as how to build a deck, are evergreen and do not require updating.
This plugin 'highlights' the fact that the post has not been updated for more than five years, making it look stale even though it is still 100% relevant.
The plugin needs to apply ONLY when a post IS updated.
“Posts Modified Date” is oopbron sagteware. Die volgende mense het bygedra tot die ontwikkeling van hierdie uitbreiding:Contributors
Tested with WordPress version 6.1
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