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4 years 1 week ago #149807 by Dave Bishop
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Hello, I have a RSS feed I created and the time is off by one hour. The feed itself is correct. zapier.com/engine/rss/877924/events-cube

But the display on my site is one hour ahead.

Is there a way to fix this to match the time the actual feed uses?

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4 years 1 week ago #149817 by Lefteris
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Hi,

The date on the XML contains a timezone offset. That is probably different on your server. I suggest to create an override for the module layout and handle the date there using PHP. Have you tried this: www.joomlaworks.net/forum/simple-rss-feed-reader/42549-date-format#146793 ?

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4 years 1 week ago #149827 by Dave Bishop
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Hello, I am not sure what to reference in that post you linked to. But yes my server is one hour ahead of my time zone.

Can you help me understand the override a bit more?

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4 years 1 week ago #149828 by Dave Bishop
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Actually, I am on a cPanel with a VPS account so I am going to see if I can just change it globally for my whole account. Thanks

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4 years 1 week ago #149831 by Dave Bishop
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I had my hosting company change the server time but the output in the module is still off. Does this change once the time is set correctly or is there something else I need to do?

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4 years 1 week ago #149833 by Lefteris
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You have to create a module override first. Module overrides are the way to change the output in Joomla! . Details about module overrides can be found at docs.joomla.org/Understanding_Output_Overrides . Read the section named "Module Layout Overrides" . After you create the override follow the instructions at www.joomlaworks.net/forum/simple-rss-feed-reader/42549-date-format#146793 .

Let me know if you need more help.

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4 years 1 week ago #149837 by Dave Bishop
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I don't see your module listed in the overrides part of my template. I am not very familiar with this but what module am I suppose to create the override for?

I did this but it's just the default Joomla module.
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Override created in /templates/jm-commune-offices/html/mod_syndicate

Successfully created the override.


Is there any possible way you could be more specific?

I am suppossed to change this or add this?
<?php echo JHtml::_('date', $feed->itemDate, JText::_('DATE_FORMAT_LC3')); ?>

I apologize for not understanding what you want me to do.
Also, would not changing the server time zone just fix this?

Thank you for your help

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4 years 1 week ago - 4 years 1 week ago #149840 by Lefteris
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You just copy the folder modules/mod_jw_srfr/tmpl/default inside /templates/jm-commune-offices/html/mod_jw_srfr .

Then the code from your template is the one that will be executed. The date is printed around line 38 of file /templates/jm-commune-offices/html/mod_jw_srfr/default/default.php: github.com/joomlaworks/simple-rss-feed-reader/blob/master/tmpl/default/default.php#L38 .

Replace that line with
<span class="srfrFeedItemDate"><?php echo JHtml::_('date', $feed->itemDate, JText::_('DATE_FORMAT_LC3')); ?></span>

You also have to change the date format at the module settings as described in my answer at www.joomlaworks.net/forum/simple-rss-feed-reader/42549-date-format#146793 .

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