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What is Forum Management?
22-02-2012, 05:00 AM
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What is Forum Management?
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04-04-2012, 05:07 AM
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How do you guys set your forums? Also, do you remember to set the DST correctly when DST goes in and out of effect so guests get the correct time?

I remember to adjust our DST. Here's how I've formatted the forum I help administrate:

Date Stamp: Yesterday / Today
Time zone: Pacific because it's our owner's time zone, and it also happens to be mine.
DST: Enabled
Format for Date: n/j/Y (Example: 3/29/2012)
Format for Time: g:i A (Example: 6:02 PM)
Format for Registration Date: n/j/Y (Example: 3/29/2012)
Format for Birthdays with Year Specified: F j, Y (Example: March 29, 2012)
Format for Birthdays with Year Unspecified: F js (Example: March 29th)
Log Date Format: n/j/Y, g:i A (Example: 3/29/2012, 6:02 PM)
Session Timeout: 20 minutes
Who's Online Refresh Rate: 10 minutes



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05-05-2012, 05:09 AM
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RE: What is Forum Management?
HI, Friend's
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01-06-2012, 11:51 AM
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thanks for sharing

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03-08-2016, 11:19 AM
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RE: What is Forum Management?
(04-04-2012 05:07 AM)Social Media Wrote:  How do you guys set your forums? Also, do you remember to set the DST correctly when DST goes in and out of effect so guests get the correct time?

I remember to adjust our DST. Here's how I've formatted the forum I help administrate:

Date Stamp: Yesterday / Today
Time zone: Pacific because it's our owner's time zone, and it also happens to be mine.
DST: Enabled
Format for Date: n/j/Y (Example: 3/29/2012)
Format for Time: g:i A (Example: 6:02 PM)
Format for Registration Date: n/j/Y (Example: 3/29/2012)
Format for Birthdays with Year Specified: F j, Y (Example: March 29, 2012)
Format for Birthdays with Year Unspecified: F js (Example: March 29th)
Log Date Format: n/j/Y, g:i A (Example: 3/29/2012, 6:02 PM)
Session Timeout: 20 minutes
Who's Online Refresh Rate: 10 minutes



Yeah, I don't like leading zeros.

You are sharing such a nice information and its very useful.

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