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    I am having trouble adding the time (00:00) to the Front-End Date Picker for the Start Date/End Date. With the WooCommerce Simple Auctions Integration, this is important because right now there is no way for vendors to make the listing start and end at specific hours/minutes, only the day. This results in the auction always starting and ending at Midnight.

    In the Back-End Admin panel, the time options are shown in the date picker, below it. In the front-end, there is no time options underneath the date picker. (See Pic)


    I believe the relevant code may be in class-wcv-simple-auctions.php:

    WCVendors_Pro_Form_Helper::input( apply_filters( 'wcv_simple_auctions_start_date', array( 
    			'post_id'		=> $post_id, 
    			'id' 			=> '_auction_dates_from', 
    			'label' 		=> __( 'From', 'wcvendors-pro-simple-auctions' ), 
    			'class'			=> 'wcv-datepicker', 
    			'placeholder'	=> __( 'From…', 'placeholder', 'wcvendors-pro-simple-auctions' ). ' YYYY-MM-DD ',  
    			'wrapper_start' => '',
    			'wrapper_end' 	=> '', 
    			'custom_attributes' => array(
    				'maxlenth' 	=> '10', 
    				'pattern' 	=> '[0-9]{4}-(0[1-9]|1[012])-(0[1-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])'
    			) )
    		WCVendors_Pro_Form_Helper::input( apply_filters( 'wcv_simple_auctions_end_date', array( 
    			'post_id'			=> $post_id, 
    			'id' 				=> '_auction_dates_to', 
    			'label' 			=> __( 'To', 'wcvendors-pro-simple-auctions' ), 
    			'class'				=> 'wcv-datepicker', 
    			'placeholder'		=> __( 'To…', 'placeholder', 'wcvendors-pro-simple-auctions' ). ' YYYY-MM-DD ', 
    			'wrapper_start' 	=> '',
    			'wrapper_end' 		=> '', 
    			'desc_tip'			=> true, 
    			'custom_attributes' => array(
    				'maxlenth' 		=> '10', 
    				'pattern' 		=> '[0-9]{4}-(0[1-9]|1[012])-(0[1-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])'
    			) )
    		echo '</div>'; 



    I think I fixed it for those affected (Anyone who uses WooCommerce Simple Auctions Integration):

    1)In class-wcv-simple-auctions.php, change wcv-datepicker to wcv-datetimepicker

    This will not display the time picker, but…when you go select a date/time, the date will probably be improperly displayed as F Y , j or something like that.

    2) Now you need to go to Settings -> General, and change your time format. Don’t try YY-MM-DD, as WordPress will display this as 1717-0404-0505 (rather than 17-04-05). You can fiddle around in the custom time settings, what worked for me was simply M-D

    3) Now go back to class-wcv-simple-auctions.php and change the Placeholder to match your date format choice.

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