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Can anyone tell me as to where can I change the date my forum boards were started because I shifted three sites before settling to my final destination @ radopod.com. Also can you tell me how to change the time settings as well as my clock shows the wrong time.

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Last edited by CatchImran on Wed May 30, 2007 6:14 am; edited 1 time in total


When my site was founded at admin.php?op=settings

Default forum timezone at admin.php?op=Forums&do=board&mode=config

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I got the second one but although I have changed the date to when I found the site that is April 18 but the system in the briefing of the forums still shows February 18. Any ideas how to solve this problem?

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Where does it say February 18? What page or block?

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Here www.radopod.com/admin.php?op=Forums

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Hmm, that's the board_startdate record in the cms_bbconfig table, but only forum admins ever see it I think.

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OK no problems Thanks anyway!

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You can certainly change it if it bothers you, but I don't think it will bother much of anyone else. Just edit that database record, convert the date you want to unix time with some converting tool.

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There seems to be a problem in this kind of again. I am GMT+0530 hours here in India. But the day refreshes at aroung 1200 in the noon instead of 0000 hours. And this is when the Day's views reads zero. How can I change this to my timings correctly.

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