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  1. I'm having a problem with incorrect "created" dates. "created" dates are showing one day ahead. I don't think it's the server because I did a echo date("Y") and it shows the correct date. I'm doing this echo date("Y m d", $page->created); to show the page/article date. The timezone is set to New York time, which is fine as it's close enough. I'm wondering if this problem is coming up because it's a leap year. I didn't want to fish around the core to find out how "created" was set after looking around and not being able to find it. Anyone have any thoughts on this, or how to fix it?
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