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    ABW Veteran Mr. Sal's Avatar
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    "Used properly, the SSI can help make your pages more responsive and can even help make maintaining your site an easier task."

    The SSI Tutorial & Reference Pages

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    ABW Veteran jc101's Avatar
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    Thanks sal... will have to take a look and use it. Updated my avatar just for you, A reward will come soon.. LOL.

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    Does google spider the SSI sections? ie if I use it for my nav bar (so that I can add pages easily) will the bot 'see' that section? ie does it appear on the cache?

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    @oscar ... the "SS" is "Server Side" which means all the processing of SSI tags is done on the server and then the complete html page is sent to the browser (or bot or whatever).

    There's no way for anything client-side to know what was in the base html and what was added by SSI.

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    Thanks Crazy Guy - so that means the spider sees the html page the same as the shtml page, ie it would read it as the same and therefore rank it the same.

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