These are parameters, descriptions and resulting outputs to the 'ctime' function in Apache

You can place any number of the following symbols in an expression interspersed with formatting characters.
The output is acheived on your webpage using the following tag       <!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL" -->

Note that if the time zone on the server is changed, Apache may not see it until Apache is restarted.

<!--#config timefmt="%A-%B, %Y %T" --> = Friday-January, 2019 18:27:14
Value Meaning
default Friday, 18-Jan-2019 18:27:14 MST
%a Abbreviated weekday name Fri
%A Full weekday name Friday
%b Abbreviated month name Jan
%B Full month name January
%c 'Locale' formatted date and time Fri Jan 18 18:27:14 2019
%C Default formatted date and time (no longer supported)
%d Day of month 18 (01 - 31)
%D Date as %m/%d/%y 01/18/19
%e Day of month 18 (1 - 31)
%H Hour (00 - 23) 18
%I Hour (01 - 12) 06
%j Day of year 018 (001 to 365)
%m Month of year 01 (01 - 12)
%M Minute (00 to 59) 27
%n Insert new line (no longer supported)
%p String containing AM or PM PM
%r Time as %I:%M:%S 06:27:14 PM
%R Time as %H:%M 18:27
%S Seconds (00 to 59) 14
%t Insert a TAB character (no longer supported)
%T Time as %H:%M:%S 18:27:14
%U Week number within year 02 (00 to 53) (Sunday = first day)
%w Day number 5 (0 - 6) (Sunday = 0)
%W Week number within year 02 (00 to 53) (Monday = first day)
%x Country specific date format 01/18/19
%X Country specific time format 18:27:14
%y Year within century 19 (2 digits)
%Y Year as YYYY 2019 (4 digits)
%Z Time zone name MST