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    How do i add 5 hours to PHP Time Code

    Hi Guys / Girls

    I have a php date and time that im using which is

    "F d Y, H:i"

    but this is using the time from the server in US and i'm in UK, so how can i add 5 hours to the time to be correct for me.

    Thanks in-advance for your help

    P.S i'm a php newbie i'm afraid !!!

    Jenna

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    Something like this, maybe?

    echo date("F d Y, H:i", strtotime("+5 hour"));

    or

    echo date("F d Y, H:i", (time() + (5 * 60 * 60)));
    Last edited by er4o; 10-30-2009 at 04:32 PM.

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    strtotime() for php4
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