I’ve modified the Hebrew Dates plugin from KosherJava slightly, so that all configuration data is now stored in the database (not hard coded into the PHP file). Additionally, it can now compute the dates of posts or comments based on local sunset time. That way, comments made in the evening will be assigned the the proper Hebrew date!
To use, you can either download the bleeding edge version or a stable build from the Hebrew Dates release page under the Software section. Once you have the .php file, simply place in your
wordpress/wp-content/plugins folder and activate!
- Hebrew (default) or Transliterated (Latin character set) characters
- Transliteration according Ashkenazi (default) or Sefardi pronunciation
- Sunset correction enabled or disabled (default) by Latitude / Longitude
The sunset correction is disabled by default, since there’s no meaningful default value for latitude longitude.