- Parent: Help:Time
- see also: Help:Signatures
electowiki uses UTC as its timezone. It's possible to use several tildes to insert the timestamp in the article. Read on for more....
UTC is Universal Coordinated Time. Actually, it's "Coordinated Universal Time" according to ISO. It's basically the "standard" timezone for the world. All timestamps on electowiki are in UTC. See wikipedia:UTC to learn more.
With MediaWiki, it's possible to insert the timestamp of the change you are making into a talk page (or into an article). Four tildes in a row (i.e. "
~~~~") puts your username and a timestamp (whatever the time is on the server when you save your changes) and five tildes in a row (i.e. "
~~~~~") puts only the timestamp.
See Help:Signatures for more about how "
~~~~" and "
~~~~~" are expanded in wikitext