Server Side Includes

Server Side Includes are simple tags that can be placed in HTML to copy in other html files and results from CGI executions, as well as a few other features. SSI can hardly be considered a scripting language - it only supports a handful of directives and simple if statements. It is usually used to avoid having to copy and paste blocks of HTML - instead, you place the HTML in a file and include it where neccessary.

Apache 2.2.15

How do I use SSI?
Wikipedia offers a full explanation of SSI here. The SSI engine is configured to parse files with .shtml, .shtm, or .stm extensions. Simply place your SSI directives into a file with one of the above mentioned extensions and it will be parsed automatically.


Server Status

Stevie Stevie's status
Charlie Charlie's status
- Cody Cody's status
- Johnny Johnny's status

cPanel Login