I want a "Last Updated: ....." display on my article pages, and in my searches I've come across two scripts. Code A Code: <?php echo date( "F d, Y", getlastmod() );?> Basically, "Set it and forget it." All I have to do is insert this code, and it'll update whenever I make a modification (aka re-upload) the page. However, some people have said that this code isn't as "good" as this one... Code B Code: <?php $last_modified = filemtime("Untitled.php"); print("Published: "); print(date("m/j/y", $last_modified)); ?> This code is supposed to be "better" than Code A, however if I were to use this code then I'd have to manually insert the page(file) name [see "Untitled.php"] in each and every page. So for all the PHP code wizards out there...is there really any issues with using either code? Is A less reliable or unstable than B? I'd prefer to use Code A, but now I'm wary because of this supposed inferiority to B.