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No Future Posts

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Diese Plugin ändert den Post-Status von "future" auf "publish".

Warum? Normalerweise werden Einträge, die in der Zukunft liegen von WordPress ausgefiltert. Das hat den Vorteil, dass man Beiträge schreiben kann, die automatisch erst zu einem gewählten späteren Zeitpunkt veröffentlicht werden. Nachteil des Ganzen ist aber, dass man keine Termine einblenden kann. Durch mein Plugin werden nun auch vordatierte Beiträge ganz normal angezeigt.

Ausnahmen (Status bleibt "future") können per Artikel oder per Kategorie angegeben werden.


No Future Posts 1.4

Contributors: Tom Braider
Tags: posts, future, events
Requires at least: 3.0
Tested up to: 4.7
Stable tag: 1.4
License: Postcardware u1F60A.svgz
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Makes your blog to a simple "Event Calendar"


Changes the status of all "future" posts to "publish".
So future posts will show in your blog like other posts.
I use it to show events. No calendar plugin is needed.

Exclude list for posts and categories.


  1. unzip plugin directory into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
  3. check and save the options page

Frequently Asked Questions

Need Help? Find Bug?

read and write comments on plugin page


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Known Issues
  • Post counter in the category list not always up to date. Just save an already published post in this category.



  • compatibility to WordPress 4
  • new language: Ukranian, thanks to Michael Yunat


  • bugfix: excluded categories
  • code optimization and cleanup
  • new language: Lithuanian, thanks to Vincent G
  • new language: Romanian, thanks to Alexander Ovsov


  • new language: russian, thanks Marcis Gasuns


  • new: uninstall function for wp 2.7


  • new: exclude lists for posts and categories
  • new: languages english, german


  • first release
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  1. baron baron sagt:

    hi. Thanks for plugin



  2. tru tru sagt:

    I have an event site and love this plugin but is there anyway to reverse it so that the dates/posts are in chronological order?

  3. Tom Tom sagt:

    Hello tru,
    the post order is made by wordpress not by the plugin. Maybe the "query-posts" tag can help you. Sorry, it's german.

  4. TOM!

    Still loving your plugin. I have another challenge for you, though:
    I use your plugin for events that get posted to our site. It allows upcoming events to be viewed. What I'd like to do now, though, is make a list of posts in only our "Events" category that will list posts starting with the current date and into the future.

    We can display the Events category just fine, but when it comes to listing, I can either do highest (farthest in the future) date and back, or lowest (starting with the farthest in the past). What I'm going for is a list that starts on the current date and displays Event posts into the future.

    I've been picking through the codex for the last couple days trying to find how i can do this, but no luck. As best I can tell there should be an argument that would fit in our WP_Query("cat=11&showposts=10"); but searching the codex and asking around the WordPress forums has been no help so far.

    So, if you know anything that might help, I'd be much obliged to you once again!

    Thank you.

  5. David David sagt:

    Tom - Great looking plugin. To display list of both future and previous events in sidebar, could use this with your plugin:

    I think the advantage of your plugin is that it will actually publish on single.php.

  6. Hello!

    I'm to translate your plugin in belorussian language. when You publish this? My email - Please answer me!

  7. FatCow FatCow sagt:


    I'm to translate your plugin to belorussian language. when You publish this? My email - Please answer me!

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  9. Christa Christa sagt:

    I am using wp 2.9.2. The plugin seems to be working however I am not sure how to adjust the general-template file in order to link to the calendar widget. The code in your example seems to have changed a bit since 2.6. Any thoughts?
    Thanks for all your time in the creation of the plugin.

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