It shows entries/posts around today’s date in the past (if they exist). It is highly customizable.
|Author:||Joan Junyent Tarrida (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.0|
|WordPress version tested:||2.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||16-03-2007|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||2 578|
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It shows around this date entries/posts in the past (if they exist). It is highly customizable. By default it retreives a week around the current day 1 year ago.
IMPORTANT: If your sidebar supports the new WordPress Widgets, you might better use the "Around this date in the past... - Widget Edition" plugin. Check-it here: [ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugin/around-this-date-in-the-past-widget-edition/ ]
v.0.7 = All displayed in a single list with yearly sublists.
NEW Feature: display date and/or excerpt.
NEW Feature: added CSS markup to allow maximum flexibility on display.
v.0.6.3 = Fixed a bug when calling get_old_posts().
v.0.6.2 = Fixed a bug when having & in post’s title. Isolated repetitive code in its own function. Changes contributed by Mike Koepke.
v.0.6.1 = Fixed bug when having quotes in post’s title. Thanks to Mike Koepke for bug repporting and helping with fixing.
v0.6 = NEW Feature: added 2 new modes, last X years and since year X.
Corrected bug in $start_ago and $end_ago.
v0.5.2 = XHTML valid. Thanks to to Luis Pérez
v0.5.1 = Added the $daysbefore and $daysafter parameters.
v0.5.01 = Now the limit option works, for real 😉
v0.5 = First release. I decided to start on version 06 because of preserving version relation with “One year ago” plugin.