"...The Rollback function can go as far as the first version of your page. There is no automatic clean up mechanism in Sitefinity 3.x so we keep all versions of the page. If you like to implement clean up of old versions you can use the script from this KB article
Ok, so it looks like you can either have all the versions or none at all? You can not have a setting to say "keep last 60 days worth?". Is that a nice feature suggestion??? Thanks for the script though.
"...If the iframe has been added on the page content through Generic Content and the link to the item has not changed through versions and you roll back you will still see the latest version of the images and documents item when you rollback to the selected version. ..."
It sounds like 'no' to me then? What about Sitefinity version 4 that is going to have document versioning? Will that be able?
One more question: - If I open a word document from the database and edit it in the web browser (in an iFrame), can I then click the save button and have it saved in the database with the changes? My aim is to edit documents in the database without having to download them, edit them, then re-upload them again.