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TEXT = A good way to organize files by date, is to put their date in the beginning of the filename.
You can use the format YYYYMMDD:
The year in four numbers,
followed by the month as two numbers,
followed by the day in two numbers.
1 February 2003
2003, followed by 02, followed by 01: 20030201
The file could be called 20030201.info
31 December 2003
2003, followed by 12, followed by 31: 20031231
The file could be called 20031231_new_year.info
If you want to be even more specific you could use the format YYYYMMDDHHMMSS adding the hours, minutes and seconds.
31 December 2003 @ 23:59:00
The date of today is encoded for you when you view the site in admin view.;
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LINKMESSAGE = about news directories;
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