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Honestly T co cover yourself

Honestly T co cover yourself up, we've all seen it before stop making an exhibition of yourself.

Anyways it's not until the 9th.

What's with all that advertising?

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Wow. My menus are way too

Wow. My menus are way too long. Sad

Hugo wrote:
Anyways it's not until the 9th.

Aw, they changed it.

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Triumph wrote:Wow. My menus

Triumph wrote:
Wow. My menus are way too long. Sad

PRUNED!!! Laughing out loud :thumbsup:

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Time zones

Well I've signed up.

Does anyone know how I would correctly configure the following code to work for me with my time zone being GMT? I'm not familiar enough with PHP to know what numbers to put where to ensure I've encapsulated the 9th perfectly.

  $start = date('U', mktime(-12, 0, 0, 04, $d, date('Y')));
  $end = date('U', mktime(36, 0, 0, 04, $d, date('Y')));

I entered the PHP code between the code tags directly copied from the page and it just did a single row of a bunch of Spans. Very odd!!!

Not to worry, hopefully by just including the two lines I want, it will work better?

Thanking you Smile

John

P.S. I JUST GOT MY THIRD STAR Laughing out loud

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PHP mktime() is Unix Epoch

PHP mktime() is Unix Epoch time is GMT.

Don't know why the code didn't work for you, it's straightforward enough; explain how you embeded it? and someone may have an answer.

Three stars Smile now you'll have to change that portion of your tag line.

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Hugo first

Sorry Hugo, when I said it didn't work, I meant when embedding it in to the code tags here in the forum. It changed to something else. But perhaps I shouldn't be admitting to having made the forum do funny things at this particular moment in time, huh!

Thanks for the explanation, and yeah, I ain't just a two star off topic master anymore! Jenni will be proud (or cringe in disgust, one or the other), haha Laughing out loud

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