Re: Page Last Updated - Script?
by "Joseph Poplawski" <jopop(at)parallaxstudios.com>
||Thu, 10 Feb 2000 12:12:05 -0500
||"Rob Brosey" <rbrosey(at)earthlink.net>,
determine the date the page was last updated and display it.
I hope this helps you with what you are trying to do and will pacify those
who were questioning of your motives.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Brosey" <rbrosey(at)earthlink.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2000 7:39 AM
Subject: Page Last Updated - Script?
> To all that responded negatively,
> The reason why I want to do such a thing is because I am updating
> parts of the site daily (as with 5 other sites) and if I can help it I
> to cut down on the time that is taking. Just by having to go into a page
> edit it to change the date is a minor pain that I wanted to eliminate.
> is not meant to be fraudulent representation of a sites content but a time
> saving measure.
> I guess that some people just want to look for any reason to be pompous
> try to act a little superior. I'll bet you that a lot more people are
> this for the same reasons as I.
> I always thought a good techie/programmer was a person that always looked
> for ways to cut down on work.
> Rob Brosey
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file://Modified by Coffeecup.com
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var MOYArray = new
var LastModDate = new Date(document.lastModified);
document.write("This page was last updated on ");
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