Yes, you can do this... OR you can specify any extension to have SSI properties through IIS. That is, you could create files with .scott extensions that could serve as HTML pages and allow server-side includes.<BR><BR>For more info, read THE article on includes:<BR><BR>The Low-Down on #include<BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/080199-1.shtml<BR><BR>Happy Programming!
Have you tried it??<BR><BR>We had a post about this and guess what we concluded you CANT<BR><BR>yep...logically if we see why would the server process a HTML file. If the server does nothing then the inclides will also NOT be included cause they are done on the server.<BR><BR>I tried it. I tried including an .asp and a .htm file on a .htm page and guess what it was NOT included.<BR><BR>I dont think you can...unless i am doing something wrong
You should read the article he pointed to. You definitely can. But you have to tell the server that it should parse regular html files to look for includes. If you don't set it up it won't work.