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up.fragment [up-time]
HTML selector

This feature is experimental. It may be changed or removed in a future version.

Sets the time when the fragment's underlying data was last changed.

When the fragment is reloaded, its known modification time is sent as an If-Modified-Since request header. The server may check the header and decide to skip rendering. See Conditional requests for a full example.

How [up-etag] attributes are set

Unpoly will automatically set an [up-time] attribute when a fragment was rendered from a response with a Last-Modified header. When a fragment was rendered without such a header, Unpoly will set [up-time=false] to indicate that its modification time is unknown.

A large response may contain multiple fragments that are later reloaded individually and should each have their own modification time. In this case the server may also also render multiple fragments with each their own [up-time] attribute. See Individual versions per fragment for an example.

Modifying attributes

up-time string

The time when the element's underlying data was last changed.

The value can either be a Unix timestamp (e.g. "1445412480") or an RFC 1123 time (e.g. Wed, 21 Oct 2015 07:28:00 GMT).

You can also set the value to "false" to prevent a If-Modified-Since request header when reloading this fragment.