On Fri, 26 May 2006, Brian Foster wrote:
> <META HTTP-EQUIV="last-modified" CONTENT="2006-05-26T10:09:31+0200">
> <META NAME="modified" CONTENT="2006-05-26T10:09:31+0200">
>> (I have not checked, but I understand that date syntax is the
> ISO8601 format, which the HTML4 Spec. specifically recommends
> instead of RFC2616.)
I'm not sure what bearing HTML recommendations have on 'http-equiv'
meta-headers which, as the name suggests, refer to HTTP-defined
FWIW, if you put the date in a RFC2616 format, it validates (does for
a page of mine at least).
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