beginning_php thread: RE: what is SSI?
Message #1 by Gregory_Griffiths@c... on Thu, 1 Feb 2001 13:23:48 +0000|
SSI is Server Side Includes and allows in this case would allow you to
include another HTML page(s) (for example a header, footer or navbar)
on an existing page, giving you a frames like apperance with a single
page. Most web servers support it, so you'll need to refer to your ISP
to see if they do.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: geraldp@w... [mailto:geraldp@w...]
> Sent: 01 February 2001 12:57
> To: griffiths, gregory d. /here
> Subject: what is SSI?
> Sorry but I don't know what is 'SSI' and how to proceed with 'SSI'.
> Could you, please, explain me?
> Thank you.
> G=E9rald P.
> contact: geraldp@w...
Message #2 by "Michael DeVicariis" <webtemp@u...> on Thu, 1 Feb 2001 16:11:24 -0000|
Appache does support SSI. The configuration file would need to be
configured if it isn't already. The basic SSI command is the include and
what you're after here.
This would be put in the html code in the location that you want to insert
the content of that file. The virtual means that it is relative to the
doc root. Many ISPs also configure their servers to require all file
using SSI to have the .shtml extention.
If you are the admin and need to configure your Apache, let me know and I
can help you.
> SSI is Server Side Includes and allows in this case would allow you to
> include another HTML page(s) (for example a header, footer or navbar)
> on an existing page, giving you a frames like apperance with a single
> page. Most web servers support it, so you'll need to refer to your ISP
> to see if they do.