Default theme (Kubrick) should use the blog's default date format, not "F jS, Y"
|Reported by:||johnbillion||Owned by:||ryan|
In Options -> General it is possible to set the "default date format" and "default time format" to be displayed on your blog. However, Kubrick ignores these values and instead uses the_time('F jS, Y') for the post date. This means a user might change their date or time format and wonder why it is having no affect on their blog.
I propose a minor change to the Kubrick theme bundled with WP, so the_date() and the_time() are used without parameters, thus using the default date and time formats set in Options.
The following files in the default theme are affected:
- archive.php (line 37)
- attachment.php (line 29)
- comments.php (line 36)
- index.php (line 11)
- search.php (line 19)
- single.php (line 27)
The Classic theme isn't affected as it uses the_time() without parameters.
I apologise for not submitting diff files but I have no experience of them or CVS. I need to look into that.
Change History (28)
comment:19 rob1n — 7 years ago
- Milestone 2.3 (trunk) deleted
- Resolution set to wontfix
- Status changed from new to closed