Introduced in Joomla! 3.7, custom fields let you add any type of information to your Joomla articles, user profile or 3rd party component. Now you can insert custom period informations in a glimpse thanks this powerful plugin.
A Joomla custom field
Select a period by clicking on a single button and choose a start date and an end date, including time.
Every date format
Use it as a date picker, a time picker, or a period picker. Every date and time format are available.
Fast & easy customization
Change every text & background color thank to the field editor and display several fields with an inline or block style
Multilingual by nature
As it used the Joomla Date system, dates are displayed in the Front-end Languages. So, it works on multilingual websites.
Description of the field settings
Here is a description of the different options to setup the plugin the way you need.
Choose to display time or not, or time only Pro version only
Select 12h mode with AM/PM or 24h mode. Pro version only
Date format options
Select the desired date format corresponding to your region, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY-MM-DD or MM/DD/YYYY
Day display options
Choose to display the day name in the front-end language or not and the way it is displayed, full name of 3 first letters.
Day number options
Choose the way the day number is displayed, with or without the 0 for the numbers before 10.
Month display options
Select if you want to display the mnth or not and the way you want to display it 2 digits, 3 first letters or full name.
Date separator options
Select the character you need as separator, single space, ".", "/" or "-".
Year display options
Select if you want to display the year and the way you want to display it, 2 or 4 digits.
Select a background color and a text color for each item: start date, separator and end date. Pro version only
PeriodField custom field plugin for Joomla
vendredi 22 septembre 2017 09:00
dimanche 31 décembre 2017 17:00
A period picker custom field plugin for Joomla. Easily add period information to articles, user profiles and more...
Just look at the example above to see how it looks in an article.