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Hello all- I would appreciate any help understanding some PHP/MySQL code that I posted in the PHP and Databases section.  Please follow this pointer:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/PHP/PHP_Databases/Q_22036309.html

THANKS
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Costaud earned 20 total points
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Hello,

1) To show the date, they're using 'title' tag:

$whotoday .= "<a rel=\"nofollow\" href='member.php?u=$today[userid]' (((title='$wrdate'))) >";

2) Try changing the following line:

$wrdate = vbdate($vbulletin->options['timeformat'], $today['lastactivity']);

to:

$wrdate = vbdate($vbulletin->options['logdateformat'], $today['lastactivity']);
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by:snyperj
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Thanks.  It Worked!.  Can you copy and paste your answer into the other thread so I can award your points there? Thanks!
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