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  • I want to use the ‘daily’ argument in wp_schedule_event() function. when scheduled to run once a day, at what time does it run? Does it depend on your server clock or uses GMT?

    Can we specify an hour at which the ‘daily’ argument should run?

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  • David Miller

    (@davidjmillerorg)

    You can specify when the daily argument should run by using something other than ‘time()’ for the $timestamp value. For example, if you wanted to schedule an event to run at noon each day you could use mktime(12,0,0,date(‘m’),date(‘d’),date(‘Y’)) as your $timestamp value – it should fire based on your server clock. It will fire daily starting at the $timestamp you give.

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks.

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