Jan 13, 2000, 6:07 PM
Post #4 of 4
No, I didn't say that
Re: SSI include - backward reference
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As long as footer.html stays in one place (in the example provided, in the root html directory), the pages calling the ssi can be anywhere. So the following pages:
can all use the same ssi call:
The forward slash tells the server in this example "look for footer.html in the root directory". Likewise, if your footer.html was in a subdirectory (named subdir), all of the above pages can use
It really doesn't matter where your pages are... it's the location of the file to be included(footer.html in this case) that's important.
So if you set up the pages on mytestsite.foo/testatea using /footer.html as the ssi path, moving it to clientsite.foo will work as long as footer.html is in the root web directory.
[This message has been edited by Jasmine (edited 01-13-2000).]