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I have implemented a module which has a Calendar Type as following:

<field name="file2calendarEnd" type="calendar" default="5-10-2008" label="End date" description="Select when the slide will be published" format="%d %B %Y" />

The problem is, when I open the module from the backend, pick a date, for example 23-10-2016 and save it, the next time I open the module , the date will display 22-10-2016. No matter what date I pick, the module will substract a day when I open it.

The date saves correctly on the databse, because if I pick 23-10-2016 on the module, saves it, and then print it on the frontend, the website will display 23-10-2016 , but if I open the module on the backend, the date will display 22-10-2016.

What can be causing the module to substract a day each time I open the module? Thank you

  • What time zone is your Joomla system set to in the Global Configuration? – Lodder Aug 23 '16 at 19:10
  • I change the time zon from New York to Universal UTC and it worked.. thank you!! – Linkaara Aug 23 '16 at 21:04
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I would guess there's an implicit timezone conversion happening. It's saving the time as midnight GMT in the DB, but on re-display, it's converting it to local time.

  • You are right. I change de Time Zone to Univeral UTC (It was set on new York) and it worked. Thank you!!!! – Linkaara Aug 23 '16 at 21:04

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