>> my service provider is running Apache 1.0.3. and to my knowledge the server
>> is not pushing the last.Modified date in the http headers... is there any
>> way to turn this option on? Any ideas how?
>Probably due to use of Server Side Includes. SSI documents are
>dynamic and therefore don't have a "last-modified" date. If they
>use XBITHACK they can use the group X bit on files to mark
>files as wanting a Last-modified header added.
>The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) http://us.imdb.org/
> ...more movie info than you can poke a stick at.
Mike Campbell sent me a note as follows;
.Hmmmm. At my site, we are using apache1.0.2, using an SSI of :
.Last modified: <!--#echo var="LAST_MODIFIED" --><BR>
.and it works just fine. Is that what you meant?
which uses the document property of lastModified as follows;
<!-- to hide script from non Java capable browsers
document.write("Last Updated: " + document.lastModified);
// end hiding contents from non Java capable browsers -->
On my local drive it works fine but when I upload the page to the server the script returns
a date of January 1, 1970 (which is the default) adjusted by the GMT difference.
Should not the last modified date be pushed as part of the http header info ?