T(-) Countdown Cloud City Mobile Fix


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This is a test of the cloud-city style for T(-) Countdown to adjust the spacing issue on lower viewports.

Archive-Pro-Matic all_is_link Attribute Test

Normally, the before and after attributes work like this:
[archives type="yearly" before="before text " after=" after text"]

  • before text 2022 after text
  • before text 2021 after text
  • before text 2020 after text
  • before text 2019 after text
  • before text 2018 after text
  • before text 2017 after text
  • before text 2016 after text
  • before text 2015 after text
  • before text 2014 after text
  • before text 2013 after text
  • before text 2012 after text
  • before text 2010 after text

But what if we add a new attribute called ‘all_is_link’ that places the before and after text INSIDE of the html link… and set it like so:
[archives type="yearly" before="before text " after=" after text" all_is_link="true"]