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Time Zone Adjustment

To change the reports Time Zone in PHP

  1. Log in to your HostMonster cPanel account.
  2. Under the cPanel go to the Files and select File Manager.
  3. Find the PHP.INI file to specify the correct time zone.
  4. Add this line to the php.ini:
  5. date.timezone = "America/Denver";

    Use the appropriate option at http://php.net/timezones

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