First of all:
Please excuse my uggly english - I’m writing from Germany (Dresden).
My nickname is not acceptable!
I’m just arrived to this community - thank you, to let me in!
But I wonder why the robot had problems with my nickname “ejomi”
which is pretty unique - only “ejomi-1” works - why?
However, now I’m here and - may be - can do a bit more in future.
How about the german community?
I’m working as webdesigner nearly 20 years but never heard of MODX before
- how unlucky! Now I’m playing arround with it since a couple of weeks and
be very impressed. I wonder why MODX is so uncommon in the german environment.
MODX is incredible - I love it!!!
It seems, that the german MODX-forum is dead and unfortunately I did’t find
no german section within this new MODX-forum. Is there something planned?
- OK - let’s come to substance:
During my playtime I found the system-tv’s “createdon”, “publishedon” and “editedon”.
They can be formattet like [[*createdon:strtotime:date=
%Y-%m-%d]] - fine!
In addition to the post “pdoResources and publishedon Date Formatting” I can report, that unfortunately the “createdon” accepts “%Y-%m-%d” as formatstring
which is NOT correct for the PHP date but PHP strftime functionality!!
The following should work with the system format string - but doesn’t:
This is why: The systemkey “manager_date_format” accepts the format string “Y-m-d”
which is absolutely PHP-conform but - as I said - not capable for “createdon”!
Those are my 3 paragraphs for the beginning. Hopefully hearing from you: a nice day to you all!