Tag reference of Period

MT > Period

Tags

<MTPeriodEntries>

block

Entries are iterated specifying the period (to the end of period).

Usage

<MTPeriodEntries from="2008/1/1" to="today" sort_by="start">
from <MTPeriodStart> to <MTPeriodEnd>
<MTEntryBody>
</MTPeriodEntries>
Modifire

from=”YYYY/MM/DD [HH:MM:SS] | today | [-] N days”
The threshold in young one is specified.(default: 1970/1/1/)
to=”YYYY/MM/DD [HH:MM:SS] | today | [-] N days”
The threshold in old one is specified.(default: 2200/1/1/)
lastn=”N”
The first corresponding N matter is displayed.
sort_by=”start | end”
When start is permuted in the period end, end is specified when permuting it in the period beginning.
sort_order=”ascend | descend”
When ascend is displayed in the descending order, descend is specified when arranging it in ascending order.

<PeriodEntriesCount>

function

Display number of entries, of these “End of period” is included specific period.

Usage

Display number of entries, of these “End of period” is after 30 days from today.

<MTPeriodEntriesCount from="today" to="30 days" sort_by="start">
Modifire

Same as <MTPeriodEntries>.

<MTPeriodStart>

<MTPeriodEnd>

function

Displaying date.

Usage

<MTPeriodStart format="%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S"> 〜 <MTPeriodEnd format="%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S">
Modifire

Same as <MTEntryDate>

<MTPeriodStartDateEnable>

<MTPeriodStartTimeEnable>

<MTPeriodEndDateEnable>

<MTPeriodEndTimeEnable>

function

It truly becomes it when done effectively by setting the plug-in.

Usage

<MTIf tag="PeriodStartDateEnable">
a to which setting of "Date" of "Beginning at period" is effective
<MTIf>

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