Using HTML Server Side Includes (SSI)
Our Web server allows server-side includes, a feature that can help you customize your pages. When you use this feature, certain tags will be replaced by some other content.
All server-side include (SSI) tags have this form:
<!--#command-->where the various command options are described below.
SSI commands include:
For performance reasons, the server does not automatically process server-side includes. You must do one of these things to cause them to be expanded:
AddOutputFilter INCLUDES .htmlIf you want SSI processing for files with other extensions such as “.htm”, repeat this line for each such extension.
chmod u+x gerbils.htmlFor more information on Unix file permissions, see `Controlling access to your files'.
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Last updated: 2009/01/16 22:51:41 UT