The Last Modified component is a descriptor containing a date stamp at the bottom of page content, such as an Article page.
How it Works
This component simply states the last date that an article or event was modified. It is composed of Caption size Open Sans body text in Slate Gray Dark color, and appears at the bottom of the page 60px above the agency footer.
How to Use
To use this feature, insert the Last Modified Date component onto the page. The usage for placement is typically after the main body content on a page. There are a few ways to insert the component.
- By default, the Last Modified Date check box is active, and the form field is blank. All that is needed to populate the component is to click the check in the upper right hand corner of the dialog box. This will populate the current date.
- If an older, or legacy date, is required, the check box stays checked, and the date in the format of an abbreviated month, day and year, for example, Oct 28, 2020, can be entered into the form field,. Then click the check icon in the upper right hand corner of the dialog box. This will populate the specified date into the component.
- If it is desired to hide the Last Modified component from the page, simply uncheck the Enable Last Modified date check box, and confirm your selection by clicking the check mark in the upper right hand corner of the dialog box.