<META NAME="date" CONTENT="Month Date, Year">
The "date" tag is used to indicate the date on which the document was created, and the "revised" tag indicates the most recent revision date.
<META NAME="date" CONTENT="December 15, 1996">
<META NAME="revised" CONTENT="January 10, 2001">
Note that these tags can be generated in FrontPage.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" CONTENT="Tue, 30 Aug 1996 13:24:30 GMT">
This tag indicates that the document expires on the indicated date. This is useful for HTML files that frequently change, as this tag instructs the web browser to load a new copy of the file from the server, instead of using the copy in the browser's cache. Note that you must indicate the date in the above format for this tag to function properly.
For more information about meta tags, see the Web Developer's Virtual Library and the Dictionary of HTML META Tags.