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    I was wondering if there is a way to tell from a browser when a website has been updated? I know if you right click a page in IE and go to properties it gives a created and modified date but I'm not sure if that is when the site was updated or not.

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    Re: Website Update

    not sure but I believe that just shows when the page was cached locally on your machine.

    I think the only way to tell when it was updated is to see if the page has any remarks in it's code or anything published on the site itself stating it was updated.

    I may be wrong though.

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      Re: Website Update

      There's no authoritative way, but the timestamp in the header, if honest, will tell you. That timestamp is intended to facilitate caching. The client downloads just the header, and if the timestamp is later than what's in the cache, it downloads the full document.
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