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  1. Perhaps this will help : CSS3 Multiple Columns - W3Schools
  2. I have further amended the code as follows to get the format Wed Oct 12 2016 : function PutDateModified() { var dateString = document.lastModified.substr(0, document.lastModified.lastIndexOf(" ")); var date = new Date(dateString) var d = date.toDateString() // var l = date.toLocaleString("en-GB") // console.log(date.toLocaleString() document.write('<div style="font-size: 0.9em; text-align:right; color: blue;;">'); document.write("<i>Page Last Updated: " + d + "</i>"); document.write("</div>"); }
  3. This code is now working with the function in a .js document : function PutDateModified() { var dateString = document.lastModified.substr(0, document.lastModified.lastIndexOf(" ")); var date = new Date(dateString) var l = date.toLocaleString("en-GB") // console.log(date.toLocaleString() document.write('<div style="font-size: 0.9em; text-align:right; color: blue;;">'); document.write("<i>Page Last Updated: " + l + "</i>"); document.write("</div>"); } Thank you for the help.
  4. Hello again. I achieved a GB locale format by putting this code at the bottom of another page, defining a paragraph id ("datemod") and adding a paragraph class (p.dm) to the .css document. It shows the date string in the document in GB format but, unfortunately, with a zero time which I don't want. <script type="text/javascript"> var dateString = document.lastModified.substr(0, document.lastModified.lastIndexOf(" ")); var date = new Date(dateString) var l = date.toLocaleString("en-GB") var s = "<i>Document last updated: " + l + "</i>" document.getElementById("datemod").in
  5. Thank you. The code I have displays the date in US format and includes a zero number for time. function PutDateModified() { var date = document.lastModified.substr(0, document.lastModified.lastIndexOf(" ")); var d = new Date(date) var l = d.toLocaleString("en-GB") document.write('<div style="font-size: 0.9em; text-align:right; color: blue;;">'); document.write("<i>Page Last Updated: " + l + "</i>"); document.write("</div>"); } If I use your code, nothing is displayed in Firefox : function PutDateModified() { var dateString = document.lastModified.su
  6. Thank you. Is there any way I can alter that line so that the string is in en-GB format? I have instantiated a date object using var d = new Date(date) but I haven't been able to use the components date, month and full year to create a string recognised by Firefox.
  7. Hello. I am using the following script to add a note to the top of the document of the date when the document was last modified. I have attempted to set the format to the GB locale but the date is displaying in the US locale. function PutDateModified() { var date = document.lastModified.substr(0, document.lastModified.lastIndexOf(" ")); var d = date.toLocaleString("en-GB") document.write('<div style="font-size: 0.9em; text-align:right; color: blue;;">'); document.write("<i>Page Last Updated: " + d + "</i>"); document.write("</div>"); } I have tried using
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