The ability to use dynamic HTML scripts that are stored on our servers, but not downloaded to your client's browser.
A facility for including dynamic information in documents sent to clients, such as current date, the file's last modification date, and the size or last modification of other files.
Allows the server to parse special page commands. As an example if you had a footer you wanted on all your pages that may change from time to time, you can create a text file with the desired footer and place it in your document. On each page you put a simple include to read the file and place it at the bottom of the desired pages.
A Web server feature, which allows information to be included into HTML documents by the server at the time they are delivered to clients. This feature is implemented in the NCSA server.
(SSI) - an advanced hosting feature which allows CGI code to be placed inside the html code of your webpage... a web browser 'sees' the SSI code and will access the CGI program.
are data files that are added into a page on the web server. They make Web site management much easier. For example, if you had a 100-page site and used the same top menu on every page of the site, you could create a file called header.inc and use SSI to write that header onto the top of every page. When its time to change something on that header, you just change the header.inc file and you've just updated the header on every page of your site. Make sure your host provides SSI if you want to use this great function.
Server Side Includes add the flexibility of embedding CGI capability into your web pages. Commonly known as SHTML.
A technique used by developers for embedding processing directives inside HTML files. Go Back
Small text files that are used to display information that is seen on many pages of a website. Include files make website updating fast and easy. For example, if you have a copyright notice on every page of your 500-page site, updating each page would be tedious and time-consuming. With an include file, you'd simply update that one file, then all 500 pages would be changed as well.
SSI's are a server side technology that enable developers to insert or include the contents of one file into the body of another file.
SSI allow you to write some commonly used code once and have the server insert it into the pages for you. In other words an include file has code that you would like to reuse. Any ASP or SHTML page that wants to use the code in the include file will have a special line that indicates the place holder for the code. This code looks like: !--#include virtual="/path" --. This results in the server taking the entire content of the file and inserts it into the page, replacing the line.
Commands that can be included in web pages that are processed by the web server when a user requests a file. The command takes th form !--#include virtual="/path/to/file"--. For example, a common use for SSI commands is to insert the date or last modified date on a file.
Several web servers, including NCSA's httpd, allow users to create documents which provide simple information to clients on the fly. Such information can include the current date, the file's last modification and the size or last modification of other files. See NCSA httpd server side includes for more info.
Commands contained within HTML files that cause Purveyor to serve files differently according to the command and the circumstances of the request. Files that include server-side includes must have an .HTP extension.
Scripting commands, embedded in Web pages and parsed by Web servers, that often include files such as headers, footers, or banners used on multiple pages.
A file fragment or part of a document that a server can include in an HTML file before it sends it to the browser.
(SSI) - A method of calling, or "including," code into a Web page. To utilize SSI your webserver must be set to check for and respond to these codes called in HTML pages. The SSI calls are embedded in HTML comments, so if they are called from a server that doesn't support SSI or is not actively looking for them, they are ignored. You can use SSI to easily include a particular bit of HTML code on a group of HTML pages. This can be used to create a single look and feel across multiple HTML pages. You can also use SSI to call CGI programs.
Support for the use of SSI technology.
Commands that can be included in web pages that are processed by the web server when a user requests a file. The command takes the form !--#include virtual="/path/to/file"--. A common use for SSI commands is to insert a universal menu into all of the pages of the web site so that the menu only has to be changed once and inserted with SSI instead of changing the menu on every page.
Commands that are placed in HTML pages, and checked on the server at the same time as the pages are being served.
Add the convenience and flexibility of embedding CGI capability into your web pages.
Commands that can be included in web pages that are processed by the web server when a user requests a file. The command takes the form [an error occurred while processing this directive]. For example, a common use for SSI commands is to insert the date or last modified date on a file.
(Server side includes). A type of HTML comment that directs the Web server to dynamically generate data for the Web page upon request.
(SSI) A technique for embedding processing directives inside HTML files. See: Introduction to Server Side Includes
Server side includes (SSI) is a set of HTML tags that allow dynamic content on a Web page. SSI is most typically used to "include" the same file on numerous pages, thus simplifying updates.
Server Side Includes are commands used in many internet scripts that perform simple commands.
SSI. A set of special codes that can be inserted to a Web page and automatically interpreted and expanded by the Web server. SSI codes are often used to print automatically updated times, data files, and revision dates on Web pages.
Put simply, SSI is sort of like using your HTML server as a cut and paste editor. Here is basically what happens when your server handles a request for an SSI document. The server reads the document and parses (tech word for chops up and looks for special instructions) it for directives. It follows the instructions that it finds and merges their results into a finished document. It is then sent to the client browser.
Server side includes (or SSI) is a set of tags which can be used within HTML pages to be replaced by something else, added ("included") by the server. An example might be that you have one file with copyright information which goes on the bottom of every page. By using a SSI tag, you could tell the server to replace every tag on every page with the copyright information. The benefit is that you could have one file containing the copyright information that gets placed on hundreds of pages on your site. By updating the single page, all the others are instantly updated when loaded by the server. On most servers you must use a filename extension of ".shtml" in order for SSI tags to operate.
A type of HTML comment that directs the Web server to dynamically generate data for the Web page whenever it is requested. SSIs can also be used to execute programs and insert the results.
A processing directive included in HTML files, which works "server side" & generated the data as per browser's requirement.
Server Side Includes or SSI is an easy server-side scripting language used almost exclusively for the web. As its name implies, its primary use is including the contents of a file into another, via a Web Server.