WOOF_Post :: date( String $format = null )

Returns:

  • String A formatted date, if format is provided.
  • Integer A timestamp of the date otherwise.

Gets the publish date of this post. If the format parameter is provided this will return a formatted date according to this string, otherwise a timestamp representing the date is returned. 

The format string uses the same format as the PHP date function, with the same token extensions supported by the WOOF::date_format method.

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $format = null

    A string to format the date.

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