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How to insert the option Last Modified to your webpage

March 2015


How to insert the option [Last Modified] to your webpage






If you are new to the web programming sphere and want to know when you have last updated your pages content, there is a very simple code, in JavaScript, that allows you to activate this feature.

Hence, all you have to do is to copy the codes displayed below in the body of your webpage and save it:


<BODY>
<CENTER>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">

<!-- Begin
var days = new Array(8);
days[1] = "Sunday";
days[2] = "Monday";
days[3] = "Tuesday";
days[4] = "Wednesday";
days[5] = "Thursday";
days[6] = "Friday";
days[7] = "Saturday";
var months = new Array(13);
months[1] = "January";
months[2] = "February";
months[3] = "March";
months[4] = "April";
months[5] = "May";
months[6] = "June";
months[7] = "July";
months[8] = "August";
months[9] = "September";
months[10] = "October";
months[11] = "November";
months[12] = "December";
var dateObj = new Date(document.lastModified)
var wday = days[dateObj.getDay() + 1]
var lmonth = months[dateObj.getMonth() + 1]
var date = dateObj.getDate()
var fyear = dateObj.getYear()
if (fyear < 2000) 
fyear = fyear + 1900
document.write(wday + ", " + lmonth + " " + date + ", " + fyear)
// End -->
</SCRIPT>
</CENTER>
</BODY>
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