PHP: time() function
The time() function returns the current time as Unix timestamp. The Unix timestamp measures time as a number of seconds since midnight of Greenwich Mean Time on January 1, 1970.
(PHP 4 and above)
Current Unix timestamp
Value Type: Integer.
<?php $curr_time = time(); echo(date('D F d Y', $curr_time)); ?>
Tue October 03 2017
Note : Since the time/date is not static, therefore the output may vary.
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Convert HTML + CSS to PDF
Important: Please note that this answer was written in 2009 and it might not be the most cost-effective solution today in 2019. Online alternatives are better today at this than they were back then.
Here are some online services that you can use:
- PDF Layer
- HTML to PDF Rocket
Have a look at PrinceXML.
It's definitely the best HTML/CSS to PDF converter out there, although it's not free (But hey, your programming might not be free either, so if it saves you 10 hours of work, you're home free (since youalso need to take into account that the alternative solutions will require you to setup a dedicated server with the right software).
Ref : https://bit.ly/384yytr
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