Anyone using the "Store Hours" plugin know how to print out day open and close hours details?

I have tried this but not outputting anything.

{% for openTime in entry.openTimes %}
{% endfor %}  

Note: openTimes is a field of StoreHours type.

Any help will be appreciated.

  • Have you reached out the to plugin developer? Is there a link (github or otherwise) for this plugin? Sep 19, 2014 at 3:16
  • Pixel and Tonic are the developers of this plugin. I thought this is the best place to ask. On the github page there is no info about outputting in twig template Sep 19, 2014 at 3:29

2 Answers 2


The openTime data is being stored as a numerically-indexed array. You may even want to create a mapping of those days to make rendering each day easier:

{% set days = {
    0: 'Sunday',
    1: 'Monday',
    2: 'Tuesday',
    3: 'Wednesday',
    4: 'Thursday',
    5: 'Friday',
    6: 'Saturday'
} %}

Then you can adjust your for loop like this:

{% for dayIndex,openTime in entry.openTimes %}

    {% set day = days[dayIndex] %}
    {% set hours = openTime.open|date('g:i a') ~ ' - ' ~ openTime.close|date('g:i a') %}

    {{ day }}: {{ hours }}<br/>

{% endfor %}

Pro Tip:

If you have dev mode enabled, you can use dump to see what a variable contains.

{{ dump(anyVariable) }}

That's how I figured out the underlying structure of the openTime data.


Following from Lindsey D's answer, I just wanted to point out you can skip manually mapping the weekday names by calling craft.i18n.getLocaleData().getWeekDayName() like so:

{% set day = craft.i18n.getLocaleData().getWeekDayName(dayIndex) %}

It's also worth mentioning, you can check for empty values to indicate the store is closed.


{% for dayIndex,dayHours in companyInfo.storeHours %}

  {% set day = craft.i18n.getLocaleData().getWeekDayName(dayIndex) %}

  {{day}}: {{ (dayHours.open is empty) ? 'CLOSED' : dayHours.open|date('g:i a') ~ '-' ~ dayHours.close|date('g:i a') }}


{% endfor %}
  • Is there a way to get {% set day = craft.i18n.getLocaleData().getWeekDayName(dayIndex) %} to start on Monday instead of Sunday? Mar 7, 2016 at 19:50

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