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    Need to track my website pages info..!

    Hello experts,

    My company website is about 11 years old. And , it having more than 1000 pages...

    My Project Manager asked me to find out the date of the all pages created in our website... Is it possible?? Is there any tool available to track those data?

    Please let me know if any experts known here...

    Thanks in Advance,
    Kanna

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    This would depend on the way your website was made. If it uses a database such as MySQL i would hope that the pages have a 'created' date or 'last updated' but it depends who built the website as they might not have done that. In theory assuming you have one of these columns you could do a query to bring back a list of everything that is older than a certain date.


    If they are individual html page (i hope not as that would be very difficult to manage) then you would have to look at last modified dates on the files themselves.

    What language are the pages using eg PHP, ASP, JSP it will normally be at the URL (sometimes its hidden)

    If you can give a bit more info on this then hopefully we can help you further.
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    It's not much more helpful than looking at the individual files but your server should register an upload date for each individual page as well, your FTP software should display it.

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    i think the simple way is to check on your server by using your CPANEL... look on the statistic are -> Web analyser

    Goodluck

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    Many thanks for your reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noppy View Post
    This would depend on the way your website was made. If it uses a database such as MySQL i would hope that the pages have a 'created' date or 'last updated' but it depends who built the website as they might not have done that. In theory assuming you have one of these columns you could do a query to bring back a list of everything that is older than a certain date.


    If they are individual html page (i hope not as that would be very difficult to manage) then you would have to look at last modified dates on the files themselves.

    What language are the pages using eg PHP, ASP, JSP it will normally be at the URL (sometimes its hidden)

    If you can give a bit more info on this then hopefully we can help you further.


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