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Changing the reports Time Zone in PHP

date.timezone = "America/Denver";

Use the appropriate option at http://php.net/timezones.

  1. Log in to your Bluehost Account Manager.
  2. Click Hosting from the side navigation menu to the left.
  3. Scroll down to the Quick Links tile and click the CPANEL button.
  4. Go to the Files section and select File Manager.
  5. Open the public_html folder.
  6. Click the Settings button at the top right corner.
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  7. Make sure that there is a checkmark on Show Hidden Files (dotfiles).
  8. Hit on Save.
  9. Navigate to the folder which contains the .htaccess file and click the Edit button from the top Toolbar.

    Pro Tip: Alternatively, you can do right-click on the selected files and click on Edit from the drop-down menu.

  10. Press Ctrl+F (Shortcut to find section easily) and enter the <IfModule lsapi_module>.
  11. Add this line php_value date.timezone "America/Denver." 
     
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  12. Once done, click the Save Changes button towards the top right side of your screen.

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