More CMS date formats and in different languages

I know that I can display the date of the CMS post using the European style DD/MM/YYY but I would like to be able to use the name of the month or the day of the week in my language.

Also, in this formatting : DD MMM YYYY (18 Jan 2017) or DD MMMM YYYY (18 January 2017)

  • Gustavo Correa
  • Jan 18 2017
  • Reviewed
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  • William Attaway commented
    23 Mar 12:16am

    UTC ISO 8601 is a Must

  • Adriano Resende commented
    22 Feb 12:38am

    2017... 2018... 2019... 2020... 2021... 2022... 2023... 2024...
    The team are setting the priority correctly?

  • Ruediger Kern commented
    13 Nov, 2023 10:29pm

    I'm new to Webflow trying it out as successor of using Wordpress. But I'm highly astonished, date/time localization is not supported. So the product has no production grade capabilities outside the US :-(.

  • Jeffrey Barron commented
    15 Aug, 2023 01:56am

    Basic UX, Basic Localisation!!

  • Andrew commented
    8 Jul, 2023 07:32am

    Damn, 6 years and still waiting. We know that webflow is a US company, but a few of your users live outside the US where mm/dd/yyyy or mmm d, yyyy isn't standard.
    You have "d mmm" and "mmm yyyy" but no "d mmm yyyy". Why?
    Even better why not allow users to customise the date format using these elements?

  • Dennis Wehrmann commented
    12 May, 2023 08:35am

    holy molly – it's been 5 years and still no possibillity to localize dates?

  • Brian Walker commented
    13 Mar, 2023 01:28am

    Yes, can we please have the format "dd mmm yyyy"? The USA is the only country in the world to use "mmm dd, yyyy"! Please stop making us have to do a bunch of crazy formatting to get "dd mmm yyyy".

  • Frederik Sally commented
    27 Feb, 2023 01:56pm

    Crazy this isn't implemented yet!

  • Jon Cox commented
    26 Aug, 2022 06:50pm

    I'd also like the following format please (which which is more typical in the UK):

    "26 August, 2022"

    Note that's with the comma before the year, same the current American version available, just with day first: "August 26, 2022".

    It's possible to hack it of course, using text blocks and the currents available formats, but then you end up with issues like the attached screenshot of Safari Reader View, and similar issues for people using screen readers.


  • Toni Sian commented
    10 Aug, 2022 04:52am

    Insane that this hasn't been implemented yet. Webflow, you talk about accessibility all day long yet you're missing this SIMPLE ass feature? Maybe back up your talk with the basic implementations first, before focusing on the fancy stuff. Jeez.

  • Filadelfia Vennesla commented
    24 Feb, 2022 03:37pm

    It's these small things that makes Webflow difficult to work with...

  • SH commented
    26 Oct, 2021 08:28am

    Romanian too please.

    Ianuarie (jan)

    Februarie (feb)

    Martie (mrt)

    Aprilie (apr)

    Mai (mei)

    Iunie (jun)

    Iulie (jul)

    August (aug)

    Septembrie (sep)

    Octombrie (okt)

    Noiembrie (nov)

    Decembrie (dec)

  • Gabriella Farkas commented
    31 Mar, 2021 09:57am

    Could you add custom date format where we can describe what we need (eg: like PHP date function: Y.m.d. in hungarian format)? It would be wonderful if we could add translation for the list of months and days, so it could be displayed on any language perfectly.

  • Scott Hannon commented
    16 Mar, 2021 09:46pm

    Also add YYYYMMDD and YYYY/MM/DD.

  • Brian O'Carroll commented
    8 Mar, 2021 11:33pm
  • BR-CF commented
    24 Feb, 2021 12:37pm

    I'm shocked this still hasn't been implemented. Same with the date format and Sunday being the firts day of the week—this should all be customisable for users outside the US.

  • Juan Manuel Garrido commented
    21 Oct, 2020 02:16pm

    +1

  • Hourly Dev commented
    15 Jun, 2020 05:24pm

    Please add UTC iso 8601 format - while this might not be great for people it's great for creating JSON-LD metadata to help with enhanced google listings and integrating with analytics platforms.

  • Harry commented
    5 Mar, 2020 09:17am

    Would be nice to have "Today" as current day. Auj. Aujourd'hui. in Fench.

    :)

    Also : european formats like 03/02/2020 (3 of february)

  • TRUE commented
    18 Jun, 2019 07:47pm

    Why does this feature take so long. Dates are sich common things to have on a website. Even for English the existing isn't comprehensive. Terribly missing DD MMMM YYYY which is used all the time in the UK.

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