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-0.1.js"></script>
Use the amp-timago 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.
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.
enShort(English - short)
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
See amp-timeago rules in the AMP validator specification.
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