> That's because date() wants a Unix timestamp. MySQL has it's own format.
> You have two options. Option 1 is to use DATE_FORMAT() in your query to
> retrieve the date already formated. DATE_FORMAT() works similar to the PHP
> date() function. Look it up in Chapter 6 of the MySQL Manual.
> Option 2 is to use UNIX_TIMESTAMP() in your query to retrieve the MySQL date
> formatted as a Unix timestamp. You can then pass this value to the PHP
> date() function and format it like you have above.

Or option 3: strtotime()


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