Can you elaborate please? As far as I know it’s not easily possible to display posts before the publish date or as drafts.
I ment future. The reason why I asked this is that I want to do a event listing that would show also post that are set to be published in the future.
Something like this: http://www.rlmseo.com/blog/publish-future-posts-as-events-list/
It looks like you can just follow those directions. The easiest way would be to create your own new page template and then change the loop to the one you linked to. That way you can just select the page template when creating the page you don’t need to modify the theme files directly.
Alternatively, you could modify the current loop which is in includes>loop-index.php.
You can set it up to publish a post for a future date right in wordpress.
Here is the link with the explanation on how to do it: http://en.support.wordpress.com/posts/schedule-a-post/
Yes but palmu_inc wants to set a future date AND publish the post which is not possible (out of the box) if you schedule it.
I would like to do the same as palmu_inc
could you be so kind to help me code the includes>loop-index.php so that I can show future posts?
I would love to have my visitors “look into the future” : )
Never mind, I found this wicked plugin:
The Future Is Now
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