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instead of using date("U") you can simply use time();

now, date has an optional second parameter, when you put in a timestamp it will use that instead of the current time, for example:

$whatyouwant=date("h:i:s A",$timelimit);


And that should tell you the time an hour ago hehe.


see http://php.net/date for more info on the parameters and whatnot.

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