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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 26, 1999

WEBINAR:

On-Demand

Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps


Find the Last Modified Date of a Web Page

Microsoft's Internet Transfer Control (MSInet.ocx) is a great tool to use to automate the Web. However, how do you know you're looking at an updated version of a Web page? Use OpenURL to navigate to a page, then use the GetHeader function to retrieve the entire HTML header, from which you can get the last modified date:

 
Dim x As String
Inet1.OpenURL ("www.devx.com")
x = Inet1.GetHeader
Debug.Print x
MsgBox Mid$(x, InStr(1, x, "Date:") + _
	Len("Date:"), 30)

Or you can request the desired header: "Date" in this case:

Inet1.OpenURL ("www.devx.com")
MsgBox Inet1.GetHeader("Date")
William Wen
 
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