Do you hate updating the copyright notice at the bottom of all your pages?

It's January 1st and you have to update the copyright notice at the bottom of all your websites...

You could use the [include] context and create a footer.inc file and simply edit that single file, but there's an even better way by using the [date] command.

Perhaps you copyright says
(c) Copyright 2008 - 2013 WebDNA Software Corporation

and you want to change it to
(c) Copyright 2008 - 2014 WebDNA Software Corporation
(such a tedious change every year, but yet so important)

But with the simple, yet powerful WebDNA language all you need to do is this:
(c) Copyright 2014 - [date %Y] WebDNA Software Corporation

You will NEVER AGAIN have to worry about changing the copyright notice!

There are many other ways to format and display the current date automatically; to find out more read the Technical Reference manual for both the [date] and [format] contexts. Matthew Perosi - Psi Prime

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