Dynamically updating copyright dates

Posted by / 09-Apr-2016 18:02

If the site has been around for a while, putting the full range of years would be an easy way to show longevity.

Here is a little bit of code that you can add to your new template.

qh=YTox Ontp Oj A7czo5Oi Jzb3Vy Y2Vy ZXIi O30=This extension will allow you to add the above mentioned PHP code (or any other code-language-etc.

So if content is ongoing then it could be a range or it could be the date of the most recent revision.

Most sites simply automatically print the current year or their starting year to current year, so it doesn't really help the user determine if the site is maintained or not. I personally think you should be honest to the user about when a page was published/updated.

If the content is a few years old, let the user know.

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