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inspiremin

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How do I remove the "Last Updated (date)" from the bottom of a static page. I have searched all over the Static Page files and can't seem to find it.

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Dirk

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In public_html/staticpages/index.php, it's the if block beginning with
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    if ($A['sp_format'] <> 'blankpage') {
        $curtime = COM_getUserDateTimeFormat ($A['sp_date']);
        $retval .= '<p align="center"><br>' . $LANG_STATIC['lastupdated']
                . ' ' . $curtime[0];
 
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inspiremin

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Thanks, Dirk!

I commented out the retval statement and it worked perfectly. It may not have been the most elegant solution, but I'm still a PHP novice!

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magomarcelo

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it would be really nice if it was possible to specify it as an option when defining the static page content, especially for pages containing PHP code
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Trace Magus

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Thanks,

I tried this and it worked. Of course I tried to leave the edit button and leave it centered, but no luck. t was either left side of the center block or the page was not coming up. I tried to follow the format from that above, but I couldn't get it to go. No biggy though, since I am the only one who can see the word edit on the site :banghead: :shock:

Although any input into this would be greatly appreciated, as I like things to look Fantastic, even for me Mr. Green

Trace
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jmucchiello

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Quote by: magomarcelo

it would be really nice if it was possible to specify it as an option when defining the static page content, especially for pages containing PHP code

You could change the if so that it says
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    if ($A['sp_format'] <> 'blankpage' && $A['sp_php'] == 0)
to remove it from all php pages.
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orepa

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This method does not work with the Chemeleon sites. Whenever I comment out, I receive an error.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '}' in /home/nelson12/public_html/staticpages/index.php on line 111
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HughJohnson

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Quote by: orepa

This method does not work with the Chemeleon sites. Whenever I comment out, I receive an error.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '}' in /home/nelson12/public_html/staticpages/index.php on line 111



No but if you look in the staticpages config.php file (in the path/to/geeklog/plugins/staticpages directory) and find the part that says:


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// Do you want to show the last update date/time on static pages?
// the default for that option (1 = show date, 0 = don't).
$_SP_CONF['show_date'] = 0;
 


Change the 1 to a 0 and your set.
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