GMTIME{"format"} -- formatted GM time

  • Syntax: %GMTIME{"format"}%
  • Supported variables:
    Variable:Sorted ascending Unit: Example
    $day day of month 31
    $dow day of the week (Sun = 0) 2
    $epoch Number of seconds since 00:00 on 1st January, 1970 1669744095
    $hours hours 23
    $http E-mail & http format timestamp Tue, 29 Nov 2022 17:48:15 GMT
    $iso ISO format timestamp 2022-11-29T17:48:15Z
    $minutes minutes 59
    $mo 2 digit month 12
    $month short name of month Dec
    $rcs RCS format timestamp 2022/11/29 17:48:15
    $seconds seconds 59
    $tz either "GMT" (if set to gmtime),
    or offset such as "-0700" (if set to servertime)
    GMT
    $wday day of the Week (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat) Thu
    $week number of week in year (ISO 8601) 34
    $ye 2 digit year 99
    $year 4 digit year 1999
  • Variables can be shortened to 3 characters
  • Example: %GMTIME{"$day $month, $year - $hour:$min:$sec"}% expands to 29 Nov, 2022 - 17:48:15
  • ALERT! Note: When used in a template topic, this variable will be expanded when the template is used to create a new topic. See TWikiTemplates#TemplateTopicsVars for details.
  • Related: DISPLAYTIME, GMTIME, REVINFO, SERVERTIME
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