Using Includes on a non-ASP server-HOW?

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    David Crook Guest

    Default Using Includes on a non-ASP server-HOW?

    I have to put up a site on a non-IIS server that doesn&#039t support .asp pages. I know there&#039s html coding to do this (wish I&#039d bookmarked it!)but don&#039t know the code, syntax, etc.<BR><BR>If anyone would post this info or URLs to pages that discuss it, I&#039d really appreciate it.<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR>Dave Crook

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Using Includes on a non-ASP server-HOW?

    Spacing is important. Otherwise it is nearly identical to ASP include files.<BR><BR>Of course, you have to use the correct extension. Talk to your web master if it is .shtml, .html, .stm, or what. (Specifically ask, what is the file extension for pages that can use SSI (server-side includes)).<BR><BR>Anyway, here are some examples:<BR><BR>&#060;!--#include file="myfile.html"--&#062;<BR>&#060;!--#include virtual="/inc/somefile.html"--&#062;<BR><BR>Check out this URL for more info:<BR>

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