I see that most pages generated by wiki do not supply page last modified information in the HTTP headers.
This information is used by search engines as a factor in re-indexing and also by cashing systems such as cloudflare (which can dramatically decrease server load & speed page loading) or web browsers to determine if the page content can be pulled from cache or if it needs to be re-downloaded. (although granted the rules are not quite that simple)
I request that "last modified" information be included in the HTTP headers of each wiki page, and optimally of other pages such as articles, blogs posts, forum etc.
Initially it could be as simple as supplying "single pages" such as "wiki pages" which already have last modified information stored in the database and its clear that the content on the page belongs to the "wiki page".
I could not find last modified timestamp for blog posts or articles in the database (not to say they are not there) but it may require additional database fields if the information is not already stored.
Pages with multiple content on them (such as a listing of blog posts, or articles, etc.) could display the last modified date of the most recently modified article or blog post, respectively.
I did notice that there was last modified information being supplied for files, so we are partly there already.
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