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Paul King

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  1. Thanks for the latest changes that looks fine. I wasn't looking for an admin panel, I was thinking along the line of actually editing the code to show a user changeable text output rather than the text output being worked out by the daily.txt. I am confident to edit code that has been written just to tweak it a bit, but don't have the skills to do more than that, but what you have now done works fine for me so again many thanks for the great support.
  2. Yes - just doesn't look good and it also only displays 7 entries and so stops at Wednesday. Happy to have an static file with the opening times on personally but it may not suit others. Appreciate your thoughts?
  3. Excellent thanks for the support, just a small issue as you will see below with the message that comes back when closed. Our store is currently closed. The current store date is 05/18/2012 The current store time is 13:09:41 Our store hours are: Sunday--------- 00:00:00 - 04:00:00 Sunday--------- 16:00:00 - 23:59:59 Monday--------- 00:00:00 - 02:00:00 Monday--------- 16:00:00 - 23:59:59 Tuesday-------- 00:00:00 - 02:00:00 Tuesday-------- 16:00:00 - 23:59:59 Wednesday------ 00:00:00 - 02:00:00 Days we are closed this year are:
  4. British Summer Time runs between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October. In March the UK clocks move Forward by 1 hour and in October they move Backwards or Fall by 1 hour. The UK comprises of (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland). Since 1996 all member states of the European Union change their clocks on the same date at 1am GMT. 2011 - Sunday March 28th 01:00 GMT until Sunday October 31st 01:00 GMT 2012 - Sunday March 25th 01:00 GMT until Sunday October 28th 01:00 GMT 2013 - Sunday March 31st 01:00 GMT until Sunday October 27th 01:00 GMT 2014 - Sunday March 30th 01:00 GMT until Sunday October 26th 01:00 GMT
  5. Just had a thought, could it be coded to show the closed time in the txt file and then use them to show the opening times, not sure if this will be easier. On the other front it is working again now and it was caused by me trying to change the date to be d/m/Y I changed - function day_dump( $format ) { to function day_dump( 'd/m/Y' ) { which is what I thought the instructions were telling me. Sorry one last thing if we can get the times working ok and I can use the function, then could you help getting DST working for the UK.
  6. Thanks for swift response, I will try reinstalling, unfortunately it doesn't give a specific error, just fails to load the home page. Our opening times are 16:00 - 02:00 Sun - Thurs and 16:00 - 04:00 Fri - Sat, so anything you can do to help would be appreciated. Paul
  7. Hi I am having 2 issues which I hope you can help with. When I add the code to the application_top.php - it stops the whole website working, as soon as I remove this code it is ok again. Also my opening times are 16:00 - 02:00 which shows by default store closed as the end is lower than the start. I haven't tried it yet due to the above issue but can I use. sunday / 16:00:00 / 23:59:59 sunday / 00:00:00 / 02:00:00 or is there a better work around. Thanks