In the database I see this for a date:
I then use this code to make it look nice:
$dateAdded = date(‘M j Y’, strtotime($dateAdded)) . ‘<br />’ . date(‘g:i a’, strtotime($dateAdded));
But it won’t show pm for the time. Here is how it looks on my webpage::
Mar 1 2011
What do I need to do so the AM or PM will correctly show?
Well you either use a for lowercase or A for uppercase.
You are clearly using it correctly, you even show how it looks on your webpage as using it so I’m at a loss as to how you say its not showing up?
Also what does this have to do with your database? - You state you’ve got a date/time stamp there but you don’t explain how its related to the date and time display on your webpage.
Also can you please show us your actual code? - wrapped in php tags too.
I see nothing wrong with your code but you could tidy that line up and stop calling strtotime twice
$dateAdded = date('M j Y \\<\\b\\r \\/\\> g:i a', strtotime($dateAdded))
I saw your code it is correct.maybe something wrong with your host.