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Universal Email 4 - Date format question

Thread began 5/22/2010 4:53 am by info386262 | Last modified 5/24/2010 11:47 am by info386262 | 2233 views | 3 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

looks like you using the following code for showing the date:

php:
<?php

echo(date('d-m-y | H:i:s a T')); 
?>




this will use the timezone that the server is set to;


to change the timezone used, you could change that to:

php:
<?php

date_default_timezone_set
('Australia/Perth');
echo(
date('d-m-y | H:i:s a T')); 
?>



a list of availabel time zones can be found here:
timezones.php


to validate the uploaded files files size, you will need to edit the server validations applied to the page.

Go to Window -> Server behaviors. Double Click on the Server validations server behavior.

Select number validation, then click the lightning bolt next to server variable, select the File Size binding from the from collection. Set the maximum number to the maximum size you wish to allow in bytes. For example to allow 2MB, the maximum number will be 2097152

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