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    Ben Roy Guest

    Default <!--# commands

    Ok...I am not familiar with these at all besides include. I assume there must be more of them. What&#039s the official title? Server side directives? If anyone can point me to some place where I can find decent information on this I&#039d appreciate it!

  2. #2
    SPG Guest

    Default A Lovely Reference...

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  3. #3
    Ben Roy Guest

    Default RE: A Lovely Reference...

    Well, the question wasn&#039t about SSI. There are lots of references on this site and other sites on the web about how to handle includes. The actual question was:<BR><BR>I can only assume there are other commands of the format &#060;!--#COMMANDNAME --&#062; besides &#060;!--#include --&#062;. I am quite familiar with includes and how to handle them. What I want to know is what other commands are available besides include.

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    Ben Roy Guest

    Default RE: A Lovely Reference...

    Nevermind, found a link on MS. Thx for the help.

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    icabod Guest

    Default POST LINK! :) [n/t]

    [n/t] means No Text, phool!

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