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I want to print "event_info_date" Date (Unix timestamp) field with custom format in node.tpl.php.

I'm using this code:

<?php print date("Y/m/d h:i:s", $node->event_info_date['und'][0]['value']); ?>

And it prints: 1970/01/01 01:00:00, but it isn't value from my field.

I've also tried this:

<?php print format_date($node->event_info_date['und'][0]['value'], 'custom', 'Y/m/d h:i:s'); ?>

But it doesn't print anything. Any ideas?

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  • So, based on what I see here, it's not the date() function, but the value in the second argument. It must not be returning a valid date because it's printing essentially the first date. Any more code to assist? Are you doing this in a hook? Also, pedantically, I recommend LANGUAGE_NONE rather than 'und' Sep 30, 2015 at 0:10

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Try this:

print date("Y/m/d h:i:s", strtotime($node->event_info_date['und'][0]['value']));

Hope this will help you.

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  • This code is printing this: 1970/01/01 01:00:00, while the value of the field is: 2015/09/30 00:56:00
    – user504944
    Sep 30, 2015 at 20:17
  • can you send me the exact value you are getting in this: "$node->event_info_date['und'][0]['value']". you can do this by : drupal_set_message($node->event_info_date['und'][0]['value']); or direct print.
    – S Singhal
    Oct 1, 2015 at 4:04
  • One more thing if you're not getting any value in this that means either you array structure is not proper, so try this one to get the structure: drupal_set_message(print_r($node->event_info_date,1));
    – S Singhal
    Oct 1, 2015 at 4:08

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