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Overview | Menu Item Project | Menu Item Help | Main Toolbar | Project Options | Application Options | Defining the Home page of the project | Defining the Output file of the project | Defining Window settings | Defining permissions for the right-click context menu | Defining expiration date | Skipping parsing HTML links | Specifying Files include-exclude lists | Setting password protection, preventing unauthorized distribution | Suppported HTML tags | Supported CSS properties | WebSiteZip Packer special commands | WebSiteZip Packer special tags


WebSiteZip Packer special tags

WebSiteZip Packer offers you some special tags which you can use in HTML files of your projects to include dynamic information (date and time in different formats).

Please note that the special tags are WebSiteZip Packer internal feature; they will not be interpreted by standard browsers.

Format of WebSiteZip Packer special tags is similar to that of standard HTML comments (<!--comment -->). In addition, a special tag should always start with the symbol #.

The following special tags are available:

Special tag Description Result
<!--#date --> The current date in the short format (according to local settings) 17.03.2004
<!--#datelong --> The current date in the long format (according to local settings) 17 March 2004
<!--#year --> The current year (four digits) 2004
<!--#month --> The number of the current month (1 to 12, without a leading zero) 3
<!--#monthlong --> The name of the current month (according to local settings) March
<!--#day --> The number of the current day (1 to 31, without a leading zero) 17
<!--#daylong --> The name of the current day (according to local settings) Wednesday
<!--#hour --> The current hour (0 to 23, without a leading zero) 8
<!--#minute --> The current minute (0 to 59, without a leading zero) 30
<!--#second --> The current second (0 to 59, without a leading zero) 29
<!--#expirydate --> The expiration date of the present WebSiteZip Packer file (if specified; otherwise the dash is shown: -) -