Displays Time Information from Read Articles

Displays Time Information from Read Articles

On this occasion I will share a widget that is quite interesting, namely Reading Time. A plugin created by Michael Lynch which serves to display an estimate of how much time is needed to read the article in a particular content.

Okay, right away, here I will provide a simple example that is needed to display the Timestamp of the Readable Article

This widget uses awesome fonts, please add the following CSS link above </ head>

<link href='//maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.4.0/css/font-awesome.min.css' rel='stylesheet'/>

If the link above was previously installed, please skip this step.
1. Login to Blogger> Open Template Editor> Add the code below before ]]></b:skin> or </style>

span.right {float:right;display:inline-block;padding:10px 5px;}

2. Then add the code below before </body>

<script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
// Reading Time Author: Michael Lynch http://michaelynch.com Licensed under the MIT license
!function(e){e.fn.readingTime=function(n){var t={readingTimeTarget:".eta",wordCountTarget:null,wordsPerMinute:270,round:!0,lang:"en",lessThanAMinuteString:"",prependTimeString:"",prependWordString:"",remotePath:null,remoteTarget:null,success:function(){},error:function(){}},i=this,r=e(this);i.settings=e.extend({},t,n);var a=i.settings;if(!this.length)return a.error.call(this),this;if("it"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Meno di un minuto",l="min";else if("fr"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Moins d'une minute",l="min";else if("de"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Weniger als eine Minute",l="min";else if("es"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Menos de un minuto",l="min";else if("nl"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Minder dan een minuut",l="min";else if("sk"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Menej než minútu",l="min";else if("cz"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Méně než minutu",l="min";else if("hu"==a.lang)var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Kevesebb mint egy perc",l="perc";else var s=a.lessThanAMinuteString||"Less than a minute",l="min";var u=function(n){if(""!==n){var t=n.trim().split(/\s+/g).length,i=a.wordsPerMinute/60,r=t/i;if(a.round===!0)var u=Math.round(r/60);else var u=Math.floor(r/60);var g=Math.round(r-60*u);if(a.round===!0)u>0?e(a.readingTimeTarget).text(a.prependTimeString+u+" "+l):e(a.readingTimeTarget).text(a.prependTimeString+s);else{var o=u+":"+g;e(a.readingTimeTarget).text(a.prependTimeString+o)}""!==a.wordCountTarget&&void 0!==a.wordCountTarget&&e(a.wordCountTarget).text(a.prependWordString+t),a.success.call(this)}else a.error.call(this,"The element is empty.")};r.each(function(){null!=a.remotePath&&null!=a.remoteTarget?e.get(a.remotePath,function(n){u(e("<div>").html(n).find(a.remoteTarget).text())}):u(r.text())})}}(jQuery);
$(function(){$('.post-body').readingTime();});
//]]>
</script>

The marked code is the setting of the Reading Time widget.

3. Then add the code below freely anywhere as long as it is still in the post body postup as the parent of the writing

<span class ='right'> <i class ='fa fa-clock-o'/> <span class ='eta'/> </span>

4. Save the template.


For the display, you can recreate it according to taste. That is about Displaying Time Information from Read Articles. May be useful.

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