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    Me again 🙂 I have run into some problems and I really need some help. The problems I have are as follows:

    1. Custom result templating: When using the <?php echo $r->date; ?> the output is ‘0000-00-00’. Is there an option change the date format so that it reads for example 14 April 2020?

    2. Custom result templating: Very much like the issue explained above, When using the <?php echo $r->time; ?> the output is returns a figure that includes seconds. Is there an option change this so that is just displays hh:mm?

    3. Integration with Fancybox: Third and final issue 🙂 I have Fancybox JS on my project that is used to open security incident reports that are custom posts as an iFrame. I have spent the entire night trying to find a solution that will incorporate Fancybox into the search results but I have had no luck. I have searched around and tried various different possible solutions, but I have had no luck.

    Thanks again for your help!


    UPDATE – Issue number 3 has been solved. All that was required was to insert:

    		afterShow: function( instance, slide ) {


    The other issues remain unsolved though 🙂

    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko


    1&2. Probably using the get_the_date() function is the best option here. It accepts the date format variables.

    Something like:

    <?php echo get_the_date('d F Y', $r->id); ?>

    ..and for the time:

    <?php echo get_the_date('H:i', $r->id); ?>

    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    Hi Ernest!

    Brilliant, works an absolute charm. Thanks so much!

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