Jan 27, 2001, 9:39 AM
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you could use a SSI(Server Side Include) Tag, which allow us to embed special directives in our HTML documents to execute other programs or insert various pieces of data such as environment variables and file statistics. While SSI has technically nothing to do with CGI, it is important tool for incorporating dynamic information, as well as output from CGI programs, into otherwise static documents.
Re: Trying to embed a perl application into html
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you could use the HTML::Embperl module, often referred to simply as Embperl, takes a different approach; it parses HTML files for Perl code, allowing you to shift your code into yout HTML documents. This approach is similar to Java Server Pages or Microsoft's ASP technology that moves programming languages into documents.
(This post was edited by Cure on Jan 27, 2001, 8:40 AM)