"2Hosts.com" <hosting@stripped> wrote:
> Bearing in mind the international nature of the internet, how do I make a
> timestamp local to the user rather than local to my webserver in Canada? If
> a user is adding a record to my database from England, I want the timestamp
> to be GMT rather than PST, and the same for my Australian clients, and so
> I will probably still use a "master" time stamp too which will be "master
> server time" much like "ebay time".
> How do I go about this?
What about just add needed interval to the current time depending on client timezone?
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