Greetings Genesis Experts,
I was looking at some of the new HTML5 header entry stuff and I just really need to break up the date. The problem I have is that I want the output to essentially be the same, except I’ll have it laid out differently.
This is what it looks like when I manually do it using the filter.
<time class="entry-time" itemprop="datePublished" datetime="'.get_the_date('Y-m-dTH:i:s').'"><span class="dateday">'.get_the_date('d').'</span><span class="datemonth">'.get_the_date('F, Y').'</span></time> By [post_author_posts_link] [post_categories sep=", " before="| " after=" |"] [post_comments zero="0 Comments" one="1 Comment" more="% Comments"] [post_edit]
I am just not familiar what date format is used in the post_date “datetime” segment. My output with this is
datetime="2014-01-07UTC05:06:04" which isn’t exactly what genesis is using in the [post_date] shortcode.
If you want to better understand the date formats, perhaps this will help:
I may be able to help you more specifically if I knew what format output you are looking for. How do you want your date to be formatted in the end result?
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