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I am running Contribute 3.0 using one of the Starter pages to design my website. There is an automatic date placeholder that has worked great to automatically place the date on all my webpages up until May: It now spells "may" as "jay" (see example: [url]http://www.performancebymetrics.com/[/url] ) I have looked for a way to correct this -- tried removing the "shield" that represents the content in "Edit" mode -- to no avail. I could use the insert date feature on each page, but then I still would have to figure out how to remove the date shield. I recently ran ...

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    I am running Contribute 3.0 using one of the Starter pages to design my
    website. There is an automatic date placeholder that has worked great to
    automatically place the date on all my webpages up until May: It now spells
    "may" as "jay" (see example: [url]http://www.performancebymetrics.com/[/url] )

    I have looked for a way to correct this -- tried removing the "shield" that
    represents the content in "Edit" mode -- to no avail. I could use the insert
    date feature on each page, but then I still would have to figure out how to
    remove the date shield.

    I recently ran the 3.1 update, but this did not change the problem. Any help
    is appreciated!

    psychpower Guest

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    Default Re: Automatic Date Placeholder


    "psychpower" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:d5bnqp$anh$1forums.macromedia.com...
    >I am running Contribute 3.0 using one of the Starter pages to design my
    > website. There is an automatic date placeholder that has worked great to
    > automatically place the date on all my webpages up until May: It now
    > spells
    > "may" as "jay"
    Just fix the file that has this in it:

    Array("january","february","march","april","jay"," june","july","august","september","october","novem ber","december");

    Change jay to may

    Silly programmers can't spell. Where did that come from?


    Lorem Ipsum Guest

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