** db8 Site Last Modified for Joomla 2.5 (native) **
The Site Last Modified date and time are based on the creation and modification date and time of the articles in your site, and it takes into account the websites & users timezone level.
It uses PHP strftime format. Text (and HTML code) can be added before AND after the date/time. And the Joomla 2.5 version has 3 language files on board: English, French & Dutch. It has been tested on Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 1.7.5 (It might run on 1.6 but has not been tested).
** db8 Site Last Modified for Joomla 1.5 (native) **
The Site Last Modified date and time are based on the creation and modification date and time of the articles in your site, and it takes into account the users access level and whether an article is published or not.
It uses PHP strftime date/time format (for date/time display in localized format, based on selected language). Text (and HTML code) can be added before AND after the date/time. And the Joomla 1.5 version has 5 language files on board: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish.
** db8 Site Last Modified for Joomla 1.0 (version 1.0)**
This module displays a global "last modified" date that informs the visitor when the last change was done to the site. It displays the last modified/created date of all articles, regardless their access level and publish state.
The module has three parameters:
* Module Class Suffix (for individual module styling)
* Label (for any text, but only in front of the date)
* Date/time format ( Formats the date value according to the MySQL format, so only limited date/time localization possible )
Note: both versions do not display any other changes, e.g. in Section/Category or Modules:
* The date+time of changes in Section/Category descriptions are not stored in the Joomla tables.
* The usage of the checked_out_time of User defined Modules wasn't implemented in this module.
It does what it claims to do, installation is straighforward, administration is a delight. No skills needed. Fit for the royal family!
Here's a tip for newbies like myself.
If you for example want to have two lines like this:
"This site was updated:
05 augusti 2010, 15:14"
The input would be:
This site was updated:
Shame you cannot remove completely the text before the date - seeing as any module can display the title it would be nice to have the option to *only* show the date in the module, and use the title to describe that this is the last modified date.
Thanks though for a great, and useful module.
Version 2, for Joomla 1.5 native, has just been released. In that version you can completely remove the text before & after the date.