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  • rajesh 4 posts 74 karma points
    Aug 24, 2020 @ 08:34
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    Umbraco 8 DateTime Picker

    Umbraco 8 DateTime picker.

    I am trying to render the only date. but it is showing the time as well.

    Anybody, could you please tell me how to do DateTime formatting with format specifier. so that I can render DateTime as per my requirement.

  • Steve Morgan 1208 posts 3922 karma points c-trib
    Aug 24, 2020 @ 16:13
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    It's C# so just format the date or use the tostring format.

    https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/blogs/date-and-time-format-in-c-sharp-programming1

    in Razor you might need to use some brackets e.g.

    @(Model.MyDateField.ToString("dddd, dd MMMM yyyy"))
    
  • rajesh 4 posts 74 karma points
    Aug 24, 2020 @ 16:21
    rajesh
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    In my case i am not using models builder

    foreach(var post in posts)
    {
      @post.Value("postedDate")
    }
    
  • D K M J 86 posts 261 karma points
    Aug 24, 2020 @ 17:50
    D K M J
    0

    Hi rajesh,

    No need to use model builder, it's a c# related stuff,that is steve writes here ;)

    foreach(var post in posts) {

    @post.Value("postedDate").ToString("dddd, dd MMMM yyyy"));

    }

    Regards Dhanesh;)

  • rajesh 4 posts 74 karma points
    Aug 25, 2020 @ 04:55
    rajesh
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  • Steve Morgan 1208 posts 3922 karma points c-trib
    Aug 25, 2020 @ 13:19
    Steve Morgan
    0

    Hi,

    As I said in my post:

    in Razor you might need to use some brackets e.g.

    @(post.Value("postDate").ToString("dddd, dd MMMM yyyy"))
    
  • Steve Morgan 1208 posts 3922 karma points c-trib
    Aug 25, 2020 @ 13:21
    Steve Morgan
    0

    Razor can be started with just an '@' but if you have complicated snippets with multiple lots of brackets and dots it gets confused. So start with @(xxxx ) and then everything in the brackets is treated as c#.

    HTH.

    Steve

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