"This is the third in a three-article series about Server
Side Includes, or SSI. In the first article, I discussed
configuring your Apache server to permit SSI. In the second
article, I gave some examples of how you might use SSI to add
dynamic content to your web pages. In this article, I'll talk about
some of the advanced features available with Server Side
"(Note: Most of the features discussed in this article are only
available to you if you are running Apache 1.2 or later. Of course,
if you are not running Apache 1.2 or later, you need to upgrade
immediately, if not sooner. Go on. Do it now. We'll wait.)"
"...SSI is certainly not a replacement for CGI, or other
technologies used for generating dynamic web pages. But it is
certainly a great way to add small amounts of dynamic content to
pages, without doing a lot of extra work."
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