This article describes how to change the PHP time zone setting by using the date.timezone directive in an .htaccess file.
By default, A2 Hosting's servers are set to use the US Eastern Standard Time zone. You can change the time zone that PHP uses for your scripts by setting the date.timezone directive in an .htaccess file.
To set the time zone, follow these steps:
php_value date.timezone 'Region/Zone'
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
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