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  • solvingnormal


    I’d like to change my default date format to:
    Wednesday � 12/22/2004
    To do that, I’ve always used — , however when I try typing:
    l — n/j/Y into the Default Date Format box, I end up with:
    Output: Wednesday &1222am0411; 12/22/2004
    Which isn’t quite what I had in mind…
    Can someone tell me the correct way to go about using a special character in the default date format box?

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  • NuclearMoose

    (@nuclearmoose) – Maybe this page will help.



    NuclearMoose –
    I checked that page out in order to put the day of the week in there, and that part’s working just fine.
    I can cut and paste an em dash into the box as is, but I always prefer using character codes for special characters. Is there a different character code for an em dash in php? It’s the dash in the box that’s giving the problem, rather than the date itself.

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