Monday, November 30, 2015

Last Update Module

Tiny, fast&powerful module that displays content's modification date.

 It combines flexibility and a number of options with high-speed execution.

compat 25compat 30
compat 15 nativecompat 10

Current vesion: 3.2 (March 29, 2013)

The code is optimized for fast execution, in accordance with PHP peculiarities.
Version 3.0 was completely refactored, and  it's 100% MVC-based.

 Get it!


  • Joomla! "core" types processing:
    • Content
    • Weblinks
    •  Users (registration, content edits)
  • Access control filtering (as well as unpublished items filter)
  • Refactored caching mechanism, offering new options
  • "Cached" sign support
  •  Time Zone Offset support
  • Built-in reference guide
  • Combined\Individual processing options for each extension
Joomla does not provide last modification date for menus, categories etc, so it is not possible to track them.

And, as usually, it allows:

  • to specify output format
  • to add pre-&post-text



Joomla! 1.0 Joomla! 1.5 Joomla! 2.5/3.0

Please note that no support is provided for this extension. It still works fine, but it is just 'as is'.


Legacy functions

It still contains legacy integration code for some other Joomla! extensions, such as:

  • Virtuemart
  • JoomFish
  • JoomGallery
  • DOCman

Those legacy functions were not tested, so they are not guaranteed to work. Use them with caution.


Additional Info

  • Type: Module
  • Last updated on: Friday, 29 March 2013
  • Release Date: Tuesday, 08 December 2009
  • Version: 3.2
  • Size: 8 KiB
  • Supported versions: Joomla! 3.x, Joomla! 2.5, Joomla! 1.5, Joomla! 1.0
  • License: GNU GPL v2
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Simon Tushev

Simon is IT professional with interests in web design, electronics, photography and astronomy. He writes about PHP, Yii, Joomla!, Arduino and several other topics.

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