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    Andrew Schran Guest

    Default Template printing

    I have a template of the header of the web site stored in a separate HTML file, and I want to know if there&#039;s any way that I can put in a few lines of ASP code to print the template at the top of the page. This way, I don&#039;t have to change each individual page of the site if I need to change something in the top area (with banner, links, etc.)<BR><BR>Thanks in advance for any help offered!<BR>Andrew

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    evilaugust Guest

    Default RE: Template printing

    &#060;maybe i&#039;m missing the obvious&#062;<BR><BR>what i do when i&#039;m builing the ASP for a site that the designers are still working on is that i creat includes for the HTML. So all my asp pages are like this:<BR><BR>&#060;include&#062;<BR>ASP<BR>&#060;i nclude&#062;<BR><BR>That way we they are done we just cut the template in half and relplace the include and then BAM!<BR><BR>You can also have ASP in the includes

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