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Provides fuzzy timestamps by formatting dates as time ago (for example, 3 hours ago).
<script async custom-element="amp-timeago" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-timeago-1.0.js"></script>
<script async custom-element="amp-timeago" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-timeago-1.0.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-timeago-1.0.css">
amp-timeago component to count up to, or away from, a specified date and time.
The component replaces the text node with a fuzzy timestamp, such as
in 30 years or
3 hours ago.
<amp-timeago layout="fixed" width="160" height="20" datetime="2017-04-11T00:37:33.809Z" locale="en" > Saturday 11 April 2017 00.37 </amp-timeago>
amp-timeago component requires a placeholder in the text node. The calculated timestamp replaces the placeholder once ready. Use the placeholder as a fallback to display to users if
amp-timeago is unable to process the fuzzy timestamp.
Standalone use outside valid AMP documents
Bento allows you to use AMP components in non-AMP pages without needing to commit to fully valid AMP. You can take these components and place them in implementations with frameworks and CMSs that don't support AMP. Read more in our guide Use AMP components in non-AMP pages.
To find the standalone version of
datetime attribute sets the date and time. The value must be an ISO datetime.
- Express time in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time):
- Express in local time with a time zone offset:
The local default is
en. Add the
locale attribute and specify one of the following values to chance the local.
en-short(English - short)
fa(Persian - Farsi)
my(Burmese - Myanmar)
cutoff attribute to display the date specified in the
datatime attribute after passing the specified date in seconds.
The AMP provided set of common attributes is available to
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