Emyaka Okuva


This plugin allows your content to age well and manages the date related texts automatically. Keep date related (time-span references) texts up to date automatically. Texts like “I have worked for x years in web dev” in articles are outdated within a year. Allow your content to age well seemlessly.


Nga ku kiwandiko kyona mu bigambo, oyinza okubera ne:

Mu Classic Editor:

We’ve worked remotely for [years-since y=2012], which has allowed the team to spend more time traveling and spending time with family.
Or, if you wanted to update a time span on a particular anniversary, you could do something like:
I’m [years-since y=1990 m=5 d=16] old.

Mu Block Editor oba Gutenberg:
Bikilira enyiriri ne shortcode [years-since-gb] bwoti:

[years-since-gb]I’m [years-since y=1990 m=5 d=16] old.[/years-since-gb].
This will still work even if you revert back to the Classic Editor seamlessly.


  • Add functionality to allow for days, months, weeks instead of 0 years when time is less than a year.


  • Okwongera ko ebya Gutenberg


  • Yongera Gutenberg mu biwandiko.


  • Okuvunula kulesse ebitakoze bulungi.
  • Ebyetagissa mu Shortcode okunyigiriza ebigambo “Omwaka” ne “Emyaka”.


  • Okukolebwa Okwasokka.


  • Genda w’olabira ebya pulagini.
  • Nonya “Years Since” olyokke offune pulagini eno.
  • Pulagini gifune ewabera pulagini.


Ekola ne Gutenberg?

Yes. If you have been using this plugin previously, the new editor brings breaking changes.
You can manage that well. Wrap the old text with new shortcode [years-since-gb] like:

[years-since-gb]Nina [years-since y=1990 m=5 d=16] ejobukulu.[/years-since-gb].

This will still work even if you revert back to the Classic Editor seamlessly.

Ekola ne ClassicPress?



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Contributors & Developers

“Emyaka Okuva” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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