Using the Current Year in Your Posts – WordPress: Do you ever wish you could insert the current year in some of your posts via a simple shortcode?

Add the snippet below to your functions.php file and you’ll be partying like it’s [year]. Obviously we dont use the [year] shortcode on this site because its displaying the shortcode [year] and not the actual current year. :-)

function year_shortcode() {
$year = date('Y');
return $year;
add_shortcode('year', 'year_shortcode');

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