Reply To: Range of the DatePicker

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aguko # Posted on September 4, 2013 at 12:05 pm

I tried.

I have used in the custom field.
First, “0” was not able to be inputted when the check was put into “Allow Time Selection?” at DatePicker.

The value was not saved, even if “Allow Time Selection?” was turned OFF and it inputted “0.”

Although I have saved till 1902, I was not able to save in 1901.

Reference post?
“If you’re working with dates outside the 13 Dec 1901 to 19 Jan 2038 range, then consider using PHP’s datetime objects which can work with a much wider range of dates.”

Incidentally, although the publish day of the post was changed in 0645, it was changed in 1970. This seems to be the specification of wordpress.

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