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About

Use this tool to set a scheduled hook, which will be triggered by the WordPress actions, if someone visits your website and a certain amount of time has past.

How to use

  • Fill in the form on the left.
  • Copy the generated code to the clipboard.
  • Paste it into your project (functions.php or something that is enqueued there).

Hint: Don’t forget to save the snippet to reuse it later.

Quick Tutorial

Firstly you want to select a name for the snippet, to find it in Hasty for later use. (PRO only)

Now select a unique function name and define what kind of timestamp you want to use for you first cron job.

At last set the interval as you need it. To set a custom interval it is necessary to define a slug, label and the custom interval in seconds. You can use this interval for several cron jobs within your project. So it’s recommended to use an intelligible slug.

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