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zaheen says

I am looking for a script which can calculate and tell age of a post. for example: I have posted an article on 2011-12-30 and today is 2012-07-31 , I wanted it to say; this article is; 1 year 11 months 20 days 55 minutes old (if less than 365 days then don’t show year).

did anyone know this type php script ? may be it’s available for free, but I am searching for it.

Thanks

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amzee says

PM me and get it for FREE :)

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zaheen says

PM me and get it for FREE :)

What does you mean?

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TutelageSystems says


PM me and get it for FREE :)
What does you mean?

You will need to send Amzee a message. Click the following link http://codecanyon.net/user/amzee and scroll to the bottom and send him/her a message.

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zaheen says

Oh!!! Thank you for the help… I am stupid :)

Zaheen

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