Re: Page Last Updated - Script?

by "Paul Roberts" <roberts_paul(at)>

 Date:  Sat, 12 Feb 2000 11:06:48 -0000
 To:  "Quackamoe T-Bird-S" <quackamoe(at)>,
 Cc:  "SDJThorin" <sdjthorin(at)>, "Joseph Poplawski" <jopop(at)>, "Rob Brosey" <rbrosey(at)>, <hwg-languages(at)>
 References:  yahoo
  todo: View Thread, Original
The page is modified on request with SSI so the last modified is always now,
yo will need to use an include to get the correct date of the file before

<!--#echo var="LAST_MODIFIED"-->

Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts  <roberts_paul(at)>
  Web Design : CGI Scripts : e-Commerce
  Web Graphics : Databases : e-Marketing

----- Original Message -----
From: Quackamoe T-Bird-S <quackamoe(at)>
To: <ml(at)>
Cc: SDJThorin <sdjthorin(at)>; Joseph Poplawski
<jopop(at)>; Rob Brosey <rbrosey(at)>;
Sent: 11 February 2000 19:15
Subject: Re: Page Last Updated - Script?

> --- Mailing List Account <ml(at)> wrote:
> > Check your web server--that is where the problem
> > resides.
> I remember now that when I set Apache to use server
> side includes all my javascript dates went wacko.
> I changed them all over to
> <!--#echo var="LAST_MODIFIED --> which gives the
> correct date. Any ideas on why activating SSI changes
> how/whether javascript sees the date?
> >
> > If you want, you can use this tool to display the
> > HTTP header sent by your
> > web server:
> >  Just
> > enter your URL
> I'm behind a firewall so this can't find me. :(
> (Are they really using Apache 1.2.6? I thought I
> was the only one that was that far behind the times.)
> Terry
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