Posted 1 hour 12 min ago by (greenstick) in How-To and Troubleshooting
Posted 5 days 13 hours ago by (ericfoy) in How-To and Troubleshooting
Posted 6 days 9 hours ago by Francis Greaves (themetman) in How-To and Troubleshooting
Perfect! Thanks to the both of you.
For anyone in the future you can print it out in a node template with:
There is a "changed" database column on nodes, and that should be available to a Node object. And also in Views there is a "Last updated" field. So, yes.
The field you're looking for is called "changed" in both the database and the node, i.e., $node->changed.
You might have to add it whereever you need it (template, layout, etc.)