it shows correctly in IE, but not Netscape. After Dec. 31 in Netscape all I see is "Last modified on Jan 1, 1970". The problem seems to only arise with .cfm flies (Cold Fusion Templates), but not when I save files as HTML. Has anybody else seen this before? Am I just overlooking something? If you know why this is happening or if you know the workaround for this problem please let me know. Your help is appreciated.
thanks for a fast reply. That code didn't seem to work. In Netscape, of course... IE works fine, Netscape still 'thinks' its Jan 1, 1970. (The weird thing is, it stayed on Jan 1, 1970 for a few days)
I think I might end up using a Cold Fusion function to get date, but I won't sleep until I figure this one out.... So anyone out there with suggestions, please say something!
I do have Netscape 4.7. It looked like a Y2K glitch at first, but the date always stays at Jan 1, 1970 and it's confusing me a little bit... I'll keep trying - maybe I can come up with something to fix it...
Have you "modified" the document??? Just open and save it again. See if the date changes. Also make a few test documents and force their modified dates to various values some before and some after the new year.
I tried that, and I still get the same error. It has something to do with ColdFusion, though, because it works fine with HTML documents. Maybe I should see what Netscape Y2K team has to tell me about this one
thanks for your help, guys. If you have any additional thoughts, your input is more than welcome, and if I find an answer I will post it here.