This little function is very useful since it will give you a taste of your next upcoming articles in your blog. A good way to indirectly retain your visitors by giving them the titles of your future posts.
This code can also serve as a small calendar if your blog publishing dates of events. By cons, if you blog about the news of the day; it will be difficult to guess the news of tomorrow.Advertisement
We will retrieve all articles that have been programmed. Articles / Events are displayed in order of publication.
Here is the code that needed to be inserted in your sidebar by text widget or on the page of your articles, bottom of your posts anywhere as you like:
<ul> <? php $ my_query wp_query = new ('post_status = future & order = ASC');?> <? php if ($ my_query-> have_posts ()): while ($ my_query-> have_posts ()): $ my_query -> the_post ();?> <li> <? php the_title ();?> (<? php the_time ('j F Y') ?>)</ li> <? php endwhile; else:?> </ ul> <li> No items are scheduled </ li> </ ul> <? php endif;?>