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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. Nowaker Nowaker sagt:

    The plugin works OK in WordPress 3.0 except for one thing - tag cloud widget. Tags from future posts are not included. Have you got any ideas what to change manually? I searched WordPress code but it's just a crap.

  2. chile chile sagt:

    thank you!'s perfect (from Chile)

  3. Rupert Rupert sagt:

    Hi -

    I love how perfectly simple this plug in is! I'm trying to use it on a site to list future events, and it does this just fine, except for one thing I cannot figure out:

    How do I get the closest future event in a list of posts to show up *first*? Currently, the plugin is displaying the even furthest in the future:

    Thank you in advance,

    - Rupert

  4. Rex Beanland Rex Beanland sagt:

    I'm very new to WordPress. I just upgraded my blog to the latest version and now the count per day plug in causes the media uploaded to not work. I activated/deactivated each plug in until I isolated 'count per day' as the one that makes the media uploaded not work (when I click the media uploader the upload image window doesn't open. Can you tell me where to look to figure this out.

  5. Jessica Jessica sagt:

    Hi, thanks for the great plug-in u1F60A.svgz Can you kindly update the Calendar Patch or tell me how to link the event list (using your plugin) to a widget calendar? Seems like the patch doesn't work for WP ver. 3.3.2 which I'm using... Thanks from Japan!

  6. john doeherty john doeherty sagt:

    Thanks for the nice Plugin Tom!

    I have a mini site that will display 1 post for every day in one month, organized and displayed in 4 categories. The site will go online next month but of course the customer wants to see what it will look like (at different times) in advance. Your plugin solved the biggest problem but now I'm wondering:
    Could I somehow make a dropdown that would set the date up until which the site can be 'previewed'? Or at least a dropdown to set the 'Excluded categories ID' (week-1, week-2, etc)? As it is I would have to give the customer access to the admin interface in order for them to choose the different states they want to see the site in.

    Appreciate your help!

  7. Reynold Reynold sagt:

    I am getting errors with WordPress 3.5:

    : Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /srv/reynold/www/ on line 64 and defined in /srv/reynold/www/ on line 990

  8. Jo Jo sagt:

    Your No Future Post Plugin is not working properly with WP 3.5. Would you please correct it if possible? When we try to post via email, it gives an error, which is because of a new security method included in WP 3.5

    Thank you so much!

  9. Hans Rupert Hans Rupert sagt:

    Hi -

    I've been using your excellent plugin for sometime now on the Web site,, but we just discovered recently after a core WordPress & JetPack update, that it's not working as expected any longer. Here's the message we're getting when trying to create a new event as a post in the future. (The errors are returned at the top of the Add New Post page):

    Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/klehm3/ on line 74 and defined in /home/klehm3/ on line 990

    Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/klehm3/ on line 81 and defined in /home/klehm3/ on line 990

    Any ideas how we might resolve this please?

    Thank you very much in advance,

    - Hans Rupert

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