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Time Zone Adjustment
To change the reports Time Zone in PHP
- Log in to your Bluehost cPanel account.
- Under the cPanel go to the Files and select File Manager.
- Find the PHP.INI file to specify the correct time zone.
- Add this line to the php.ini:
date.timezone = "America/Denver";
Use the appropriate option at http://php.net/timezones
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