Now that you've got the basics, let's try some cooler stuff.
First off, lets put together a date and time stamp that shows every
measurment that we can display in numerical form, starting with the
year and ending with the seconds.
<!--#config timefmt = "%Y %m %d %H %M %S" -->
and when this particular command string is used we get the
following display on a web page:
2018 06 18 09 38 27
Interesting but rather uniformative, don't you think? Well
fortunately, we can put more than just the commands into the string.
We can also add letters, numbers, punctuation; just about everything
except for quotation marks can go in the string just by typing them
in. So let's update our command string.
<!--#config timefmt = "It is now year %Y, Anno Domini,
in the month numbered %m, and the day %d of that month. As well
there have been %H hours since Midnight and it is currently %M
minutes past the hour and %S seconds past the minute." -->
And this wordy example gives us:
It is now year 2018, aminos domini,
in the month numbered 06, and the day 18 of that month. As well
there have been 09 hours since Midnight and it is currently 38
minutes past the hour and 27 seconds past the minute.
Don't miss the two charts that list the commands that used in the string. One chart is in Alphebetical order. Another one is sorted by functional groupings.