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Resolved: PHP check time 00:00:00 from datetime
posted by admin on November 21, 2016
I have datetime from MySQL db in format Y:m:d H:i:s like

2014-11-02 02:04:05
2014-11-02 00:00:00
etc ...

I want to check, if time from datetime equal "00:00:00", then return or echo only date.

2014-11-02 02:04:05
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Resolved: PHP datetime to russian user friendly format converting. Дата и время на русский на дружественный вид
posted by admin on October 12, 2016
I have datetime from databse MySQL, in format
2016-10-10 12:34:33

By PHP datetime formats I can have string like this
07 October 2016, 04:11, Friday

But I want the3 same output, but in russian
07 Октября 2016, 04:11, ПятницаRead more
Resolved: PHP filesize MB/KB conversion
posted by admin on June 18, 2016
How can I convert the output of PHP's filesize() function to a nice format with MegaBytes, KiloBytes etc?

  • if the size is less than 1 MB, show the size in KB
  • if it's between 1 MB - 1 GB show it in MB
  • [*] if it's larger - in GBRead more
    Wiki: PHP strtotime() Functionwiki
    posted by admin on May 22, 2016
    Parse English textual datetimes into Unix timestamps:

    echo(strtotime("now") . "
    echo(strtotime("3 October 2005") . "
    echo(strtotime("+5 hours") . "
    echo(strtotime("+1 week") . "
    echo(strtotime("+1 week 3 days 7 hours 5 seconds") . "
    echo(strtotime("next Monday") . "
    echo(strtotime("last Sunday"));

    Definition and Usage
    The strtotime() function parses an English textual datetime into a Unix timestamp (the number of seconds since January 1 1970 00:00:00 GMT).

    Note: If the year is specified in a two-digit format, values between 0-69 are mapped to 2000-2069 and values between 70-100 are mapped to 1970-2000.

    Note: Be aware of dates in the m/d/y or d-m-y formats; if the separator is a slash (/), then the American m/d/y is assumed. If the separator is a dash (-) or a dot (.), then the European d-m-y format is assumed. To avoid potential errors, you should YYYY-MM-DD dates or date_create_from_format() when possible.



    Parameter Description
    time Required. Specifies a date/time string
    now Optional. Specifies the timestamp used as a base for the calculation of relative dates

    Technical Details
    Return Value: Returns a timestamp on success. FALSE on failure
    PHP Version: 4+
    Changelog: PHP 5.3.0: Now relative time formats such as this week, previous week, last week, and next week interprets a week period of Monday through Sunday, rather then a 7-day period relative to the current date/time
    PHP 5.3.0: Now 24:00 is a valid format
    PHP 5.2.7: In earlier versions, if requesting a given occurrence of a given weekday in a month where that weekday was the first day of the month it would incorrectly add one week to the returned timestamp. This has been corrected now
    PHP 5.1.0: Returns FALSE on failure (earlier versions returns -1), and issues E_STRICT and E_NOTICE time zone errors
    PHP 5.0.2: Now correctly computes "now" and other relative times from current time, not from today's midnight
    PHP 5.0.0: Allows microseconds (but they are ignored)Read more
    Resolved: PHP date or datetime to Yesterday, Today
    posted by admin on March 30, 2016
    In my social website, I want to convert datetimes in format, like
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    Resolved: Yii cjuidatepicker not saving
    posted by admin on January 30, 2016
    I have this field in my _form.php

    'model' => $model,
    'attribute' => 'founding',
    'language' => Yii::app()->language,
    'flat' => false, // tells the widget to show the calendar inline
    'options' => array(
    'showOn' => 'both', // also opens with a button
    'dateFormat' => 'yy-mm-dd', // format of "2012-12-25"
    'showOtherMonths' => true, // show dates in other months
    'selectOtherMonths' => true, // can seelect dates in other months
    'changeYear' => true, // can change year
    'changeMonth' => true, // can change month
    'yearRange' => '2000:2099', // range of year
    'minDate' => '2000-01-01', // minimum date
    'maxDate' => '2099-12-31', // maximum date
    'showButtonPanel' => true, // show button panel
    'htmlOptions' => array(
    'size' => '10',
    'maxlength' => '10',

    Controller SAVE() saving NULL. I var_dump($model) and see NULL.
    Please help me to correct.Read more
    Resolved: Convert seconds to Hour:Minute:Second
    posted by admin on December 22, 2015
    I need to convert seconds to Hour:Minute:Second.

    For example: 685 converted to 00:11:25

    How can I achieve this?Read more