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From Elxis Official Documentation
PHP 5.2+ and, therefore Elxis 2009.x, requires that you have set the proper timezone information in your php.ini (php.ini is the configuration file of PHP). If not, you will get PHP warnings. Here is how you can set the timezone information in PHP. Timezone is required in PHP 5 but the default PHP installation has the date.timezone parameter commented and no value assigned. We strongly recommend you to set the proper value for the date.timezone parameter. Elxis 2009.1+ will display a warning if this parameter is not set.
Open php.ini and locate date.timezone
It will look like this:
[Date] ; Defines the default timezone used by the date functions ; http://php.net/date.timezone ; date.timezone =
The ";" symbol is a start of a comment. Remove the ";" symbol and write the proper timezone inside double quotes. Here is an example:
[Date] ; Defines the default timezone used by the date functions ; http://php.net/date.timezone date.timezone = "Europe/Athens"
Save php.ini and restart your web server (Apache, IIS, etc). You are ready!
If you don't have access to php.ini contact your hosting provider to do this setting for you.
|If you used the offset configuration variable to set the proper time on Elxis CMS and now you set timezone to your country you can afterwards set the Elxis offset to zero as the offset should now be zero!|
PHP runtime configuration for elxis cms.