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From: Elsi <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] dates
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 15:48:55 -0500
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At 10:35 AM 07/11/2001 -0700, Robin W. Moore (rED..oO ROBBYN) wrote:
>On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Chris P <> wrote:
> Is there a way to put a date on a page that changes to the correct day by
>itself (like a clock I guess?) Same with putting a date that does the same
>when you update the page?
>Elsi has given out the address for the "Apache Tutorial - Introduction to
>Server Side Includes", at
> You'll find "Today's Date" listed/hyperlinked in the tutorial's table of
>contents (you replace 'LAST_MODIFIED' with 'DATE_LOCAL').

This is the right answer, but the result may not be what you are looking
for. The 'local' time is the time on the server. It looks like that is MDT
(USA, Mountain Daylight Time) on Freepage right now. However, I've seen at
least one RootsWeb server that's running GMT/UCT.


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