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Thread began 2/01/2010 12:23 am by thewebteam297175 | Last modified 2/15/2010 8:54 pm by thewebteam297175 | 373 views | 5 replies

thewebteam297175Beta Tester

Originally Said By: Dani Chankhour
  Could you please give me a an example of how you included your .shtml files. ....  




Hi I use the following to SSI include files

<!--#include file="ssi/filenamehere.ssi" -->

I always have a folder SSI which contains common code for things like the META data, header, menu, footer, counter code. I give my SSI files the extension .ssi to distinguish them from other types of static HTML.

If I build a site that needs dynamic features I tend to use PHP include calls.

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