I created an application for my school computing project which alerts its user when a new order is processed via rss. But for some reason safari's rss adds 1 hour to the date i.e the order was actual sent at 1.30 safari would say it was sent at 2.30. Really irritating. Here is a snippet, any ideas? the date is formated the normal time stamp manner i.e. 2009-03-30 01:35:17 Code: <entry> <title><?php echo '#'.$orderID.' '.$productName.' - '.$fullName.' '.$productCurrency.$orderTotal; ?></title> <category term="New Order"/> <id><?php echo '#'.$orderRef.$orderID; ?></id> <published><? echo $date; ?></published> <updated><? echo $date;?></updated> <summary><?php echo '#'.$orderRef; ?> <?php echo $productCurrency.$orderTotal; ?></summary> <content><?php echo '#'.$orderRef; ?> </content> </entry> $date = the date pulled from the database, of when the order was processed. the code is a little unclean but yeah. any ideas?