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Common issues and frequently asked questions.

Problem with your server’s timestamp

Your server sent us an empty universal timestamp. Your server’s PHP configuration may be faulty. Please contact your server administrator for further assistance.

Why did I receive this error?

There is a problem with the way your web host’s server PHP is configured regarding the universal time. Either is has not been set or there is a problem with the way it was set.

What should I do to resolve this?

You will need to check the time configuration on your web server. You may need to contact your hosting company or web developer for assistance.

How do I prevent this error from happening in the future?

Since this is a server issue, there is nothing you can do as a user of CoSchedule or of WordPress.

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