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How to change date.timezone parameter for PHP?

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    Ehud Ziegelman (Edited )

    Hi Yulia Plokhotnikova,

     

    Should or shouldn't time zone be in quotes?

    date.timezone = "Asia/Jerusalem"

     

    Where else in addition to Plesk->Tools->Time Settings can we find timezone configured?

    wp-config?

    WordPress?

    Additional places?

    Which one of the above superseds?

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    Hello @Ehud Ziegelman,

    no quotes needed for PHP date.timezone parameter. I will check the other question and let you know.

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

     @Ehud Ziegelman,

    timezone specified in PHP Settings is site's PHP.info page, while time specified in Wordpress side is time that is displayed on Wordpress admin dashboard side, for example, timing for new posts:https://wordpress.org/support/article/formatting-date-and-time/

    From Plesk standpoint, only the timezone in PHP Settings (phpinfo.php) is applicable for a site. Other ways to change timezone for a site are not related to Plesk.

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