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To do it the "correct" way, you would have to create a /components/com_content/views/article/view.pdf.php file and generate the PDF there (using a layout is optional). This file will be loaded using the URL parameter &format=pdf.


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$mydate = $item->displayDate; simply refers to the date string, therefore $mydate is not an object and you cannot format() it. You'll need to pass the date string through JHtmlDate like so: echo JHtml::_('date', $item->displayDate, 'j M Y');


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You could accomplish this in your component's route.php file. The particulars would depend on how your routing in route.php is done so I can't give you an exact answer but I think you'd need to update your parse() method to include something like this the beginning: public function parse(&$segments) { if(count($segments)==1 && $segments[0]=='...


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You could create a language override for the Persian language. The Joomla documentation shows you how to do that: https://docs.joomla.org/J3.x:Language_Overrides_in_Joomla You could copy the following English language strings from /language/en-GB/en-GB.ini to your Persian language override: DATE_FORMAT_LC="l, d F Y" DATE_FORMAT_LC1="l, d F Y" ...


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There is JHtmlNumber class but it only has a method for converting bytes. Because Joomla! does not use INTL extension, formatting there is done using simple number_format() with language strings (THOUSANDS_SEPARATOR and DECIMALS_SEPARATOR) acting as separators. So formatting would depend on user's language.


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