WEBFI-WordPress-How to Expire Posts or Partial Post Content in WordPress

Have you wanted to set an expiration date for your posts or have some time specific content? WordPress currently does not have an automated way to expire posts but you can add this to your site. In this video, we will show you how to expire posts or partial post content in WordPress.

If you liked this video, then please Like and consider subscribing to our channel for more WordPress videos.

Text version of this tutorial:

Check us out on Facebook:

Follow us on Twitter:

Join our circle on Google+:

Checkout our website for more WordPress Tutorials

Summary of this Tutorial:

Start by installing and activating the Post Expirator plugin.

After that you can go to a post and enable the post expiration and choose the date you need it to expire.

You also are able to choose how to expire the post from setting it to a draft or even delete it.

Click publish and the post will expire on the date set.

The other method would be to use the Scheduled content plugin to expire parts of a post or page.

Go to an existing page and surround the text you want to expire with the plugin’s shortcode.

Related Links:

Post Expirator

Scheduled Content



  • Dale Anderson on February 5, 2019

    But you have to upgrade from the free version to a paid account with wordpress to be able to install plugins, correct?

  • Jeff Titelius on September 11, 2019

    Superb!! Just what I needed!! Thank you.

  • Bimochan Shrestha on July 7, 2020

    Is the schedule shortcode wrong? Because it is not working.

WhatsApp us
Live Chat

Office hours operation Mon-Sun 8:00 am ET – 4:00 pm ET

To start your Premium WP or Cpanel service, use our domain search engine, if the domain you want is available, contact us by Whats app to activate your project.

The easiest, fastest, and most secure way to communicate with us.
Please enter your domain.
Please verify that you are not a robot.

Terms Privacy