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I used to have a program that would let me see the date of a URL I was viewing, but I seem to have lost it. Does anyone recall the name of that application (or of an equivalent app)? Thanks.
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Why do you want to see the date of an URL? In what aspect? When you lasted visited it?:
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Neil Jones: Thanks for fielding my query. . I want to be able to see when the URL was composed or last updated.
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I usually use this lil code snippet a lot when I'm on blogs and not sure when the post was created...Here is a link to a step by step, hope it helps. http://www.tutzone.o...ast-update.html :)
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Just what I was looking for. Thanks.
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