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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2018-07-15 UTC

I just corrected a link, but before submitting it, I updated the script that lets editors update submissions to update the ModifiedDate for the submission in the Item table. So, you will see a lot more updated files as I correct links here and there. I am doing it this way, because submissions stored in the database do not have file modification dates, and if I don't update ModifiedDate in the database, the data on the submission in the sitemap will be out-of-date and inaccurate. So, updating the ModifiedDate in the database will let Google and other search engines know that the submission has recently been updated, and this should keep search engine records more up-to-date.


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