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(2016-02-05, 08:58 AM)Marisa Wrote:
(2016-02-05, 08:50 AM)Tom K. Wrote: The first question is why would you want/need to?

I often find that my users are interested in mundane or miscellaneous statistics.

Anyway OP, download and install Yumi's PHP in Templates and Template Conditionals plugin.

Find your theme's footer template and find the area where you want to display the server time.

<?
$time = date('m/d/Y h:i:s a', time());
echo "The current server time is: " . $time;
?>

Paste that into the <div></div> or wherever you need it.

That should work.

I think this is the one! I hope this works (y) I'll try it Smile

Is there any way to display the debug? Hmmm

(2016-02-05, 08:50 AM)Tom K. Wrote: The first question is why would you want/need to?

So I can know how does the server loads without logging in. Only the seconds/milliseconds I need and the server time too.


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RE: Display Page/Debug with Server Time to All - by jaydee9296 - 2016-02-05, 10:00 AM

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