This is the absolute correct answer. I would like to add some information based on the documentation so it is clear what the code is doing.
In this example,
date() is called with a format string that specifies the order and format of the different components of the timestamp:
l represents the full name of the day of the week (e.g., “Saturday”)
jS represents the day of the month, with an ordinal suffix (e.g., “8th”)
F represents the full name of the month (e.g., “April”)
Y represents the full year (e.g., “2023”)
H:i represents the hour and minute in 24-hour format (e.g., “19:20”)
strtotime() function is used to convert the timestamp string to a Unix timestamp that
date() can format.
Note that the format string is case-sensitive, so you should use uppercase and lowercase letters as shown in the example. Also, make sure that the timezone settings are correct, as this can affect the output of the