ASP is compiled when the user requests the file, so browsers report the time the HTML was generated, not when the ASP file was saved. Here is some code
Of course, when you add this script to a file and save it, the dateLastModified value will become "now()" by definition.
If you have a common include file, you could put this code in THAT file without changing the calling file. See Article #2072 if you want the last modified time of the include file instead.
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