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How can I find the page which was last modified on 2011-07-20T20:48:16+00:00 other than opening every page?

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Are you needing this in your template, or is this just a one time lookup for reference? – Ryan Gibbons Jul 24 '11 at 1:10
Hi rtgibbons, Thank you for trying to help me. It was a one time reference. I've got it sorted now. – Laxmidi Jul 26 '11 at 5:33
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Okay, I've got it.

I looked in wp_posts table in phpmyadmin, clicked on the post_modified column to get it in chronological order, and looked for the appropriate datetime.

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