Wordpress Plugins

Display Scheduled Posts Plugins

Display Scheduled Posts, Plugin for WordPress!

Give your readers a preview of your scheduled upcoming posts

Display Scheduled PostsIt has become quite common these days among WordPress users to schedule posts to be published on a future date. While this can be a very good thing, the drawback is that the visitors would have no idea what’s in store for the future.

The Displayed Scheduled Posts plugin takes care of just that. It let’s a user create a page or a post which will display a list of posts that are scheduled to be published with their titles and schedule date. Our latest version, contains sidebar widget capability and is WordPress compatible.

The title of a post marked as special is not revealed on the page that lists the scheduled posts and is instead replaced by something user defined. The user defined text can be controlled from the plugin’s options page.

The reason this feature was added was to prevent visitors from stealing topics to write about by looking at the title of a post. The owner of the blog might not want to reveal the title of a particular post being published on a given day but he or she might want to inform the visitors that there is (or are) going to be posts scheduled for that day.

The plugin is very easy to use.

All that you need to do is upload the plugin and activate it from the admin panel. Once the plugin is activated, create a page or a post where you want to display the schedule or you can also opt on using an existing page/post. You would just need to add in the content area and publish the page/post and the plugin would display the list of scheduled posts there.

The posts are displayed using an unordered list with a class named sp which you can use to style the list. Basic styling that you can use is as follows. You’ll need to add this to your stylesheet (style.css) located under your theme’s folder.

Add the following to your stylesheet:

.sp li {
margin: 0 0 10px 0;
.sp .sp-label {
font-weight: bold;

Download: Display Scheduled Posts

If you have any suggestions to improve this plugin, please feel free to contact us by using the contact form.

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