by Nathan Lyle <natlyle(at)nmu.edu>
||Mon, 09 Jul 2001 16:01:30 -0400
> IT seems that if you think of "changes for the footer" then
> your page is created dynamically. If so, then creation date is
> the same as today.
You know, that's a thought that should have hit me square up side the head
a lot sooner than it just did. If a part (any part) of the page is being
created dynamically, then the modified date would *have* to be today. Right?
>BTW Do you see today date in Netscape and in IExplorer ?
> If not then your server is not sending header with
> "last modified" information to your browser.
> If that info is missing then Netscape shows 1/1/1970
> but IExplorer shows today date (is cheating in a smart way)
I haven't seen the 1970 date in either Netscape or IE, either when viewing
it directly on my machine, or from the server I was putting the demo on.
>After visiting the page:
> Actually Opera 3.61 shows
> "Site Design By Nathan Lyle - Last Updated On Friday, June 29, 2001"
> So it is today. I do not really know which file of the
> three involved is updated today. Have to experiment :)
I have to do a bit more experimenting myself with this whole thing, but
have put it off to get other things done. Sometimes web work can be
overwhelming when you find *too* much of it to do... <happy frown>
~Nathan Lyle (The Tragic Comedian Poet)
Email: natlyle(at)nmu.edu or jopling(at)geocities.com
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