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I'm trying to code more readable dates on posts which have been entered.

It will read "12 - 17 Jan" but if the month is across two months it will read "12 Jan - 2 Feb"

Spitting out my dates like so

<span>{entry_date format="%d %M"} -<br>{expiration_date format="%d %M"}</span>

Shows the dates are not evaluating to the same month... for instance the first entry is "21 JAN - 17 JUL"

If I run a conditional on this exact same entry...

{if {entry_date format="%M"}=={expiration_date format="%M"}}
SAME MONTH
{/if}

It's returning "SAME MONTH" am I overlooking something here? does the parse order mess with the conditional (I can't imagine it is in this instance) it may be worth mentioning that if I say "!=" does not equal... nothing is returned.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Chris

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just around them by '

{if '{entry_date format="%M"}'=='{expiration_date format="%M"}'}

Regard's.

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  • You absolute gem, I was using double quotations which kept breaking the statement. This worked a treat, thank you. – Chris Barber-Riley Mar 14 '14 at 15:10
  • welcome, I am glad to see this help you. – Ahmad Saad Mar 14 '14 at 15:16

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