Ill look into gmdate. I was going to get the timezone from the user to store in the database..
David Freeman wrote: > > Speaking of which. I was thinking about this this morning. > > Is there a part of the Unix timestamp that tells php what > > timezone to > > report. > >You could use the gmt-based date manipulation to do this. > > > Reason why I ask, is I would like to offset the unix > > timestamp relative > > to where a server is to a particular user. > > So lets say the user is in Europe, and the server is in USA and the > > script is set to display date as 'H:i T', and > >Your main problem will be in identifying where the user is. Probably >the only truly reliable way is to ask them to tell you what their time >zone is. Pretty much every other method will result in a percentage of >inaccurate reporting - the degree of error will be dependant on the >method chosen. > >CYA, Dave > > > > > > -- Gerard Samuel http://www.trini0.org:81/ http://dev.trini0.org:81/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php