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Published Fri. Feb. 24, 2012



<?php $row_new_date = strtotime( $row_new['updated_timestamp'] );
 $row_new_date_output = date( 'm/j/y', $row_new_date ); ?> (7/29/10)
<p class="updated"><?php echo "$row_new_date_output";?></p>

OR
 $row_new_date_output = date( 'D M. d, Y', $row_new_date ); ?> (Sat Sep. 15, 2012)



Time:
    •    a: am or pm depending on the time
    •    A: AM or PM depending on the time
    •    g: Hour without leading zeroes. Values are 1 through 12.
    •    G: Hour in 24-hour format without leading zeroes. Values are 0 through 23.
    •    h: Hour with leading zeroes. Values 01 through 12.
    •    H: Hour in 24-hour format with leading zeroes. Values 00 through 23.
    •    i: Minute with leading zeroes. Values 00 through 59.
    •    s: Seconds with leading zeroes. Values 00 through 59.
Day:
    •    d: Day of the month with leading zeroes. Values are 01 through 31.
    •    j: Day of the month without leading zeroes. Values 1 through 31
    •    D: Day of the week abbreviations. Sun through Sat
    •    l: Day of the week. Values Sunday through Saturday
    •    w: Day of the week without leading zeroes. Values 0 through 6.
    •    z: Day of the year without leading zeroes. Values 0 through 365.
Month:
    •    m: Month number with leading zeroes. Values 01 through 12
    •    n: Month number without leading zeroes. Values 1 through 12
    •    M: Abbreviation for the month. Values Jan through Dec
    •    F: Normal month representation. Values January through December.
    •    t: The number of days in the month. Values 28 through 31.
Year:
    •    L: 1 if it's a leap year and 0 if it isn't.
    •    Y: A four digit year format
    •    y: A two digit year format. Values 00 through 99.
Other Formatting:
    •    U: The number of seconds since the Unix Epoch (January 1, 1970)
    •    O: This represents the Timezone offset, which is the difference from Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT). 100 = 1 hour, -600 = -6 hours


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