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  1. #1
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    January 17th, 2005
    I put an SSI tag on one of the templates, home.shtml to see if I could get it to put a footer.htm file at the bottom of the page that the script creates but it won't show up after I run the script and go to the web to view the resulting page. Any help would be appreciated...

  2. #2
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    January 17th, 2005
    new development. I can get the footer to appear above the mfglist but not below even the the SSI to the footer is the same above as it is below in the home.shtml template... Please help.

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    January 18th, 2005
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    Be sure that the include file has a path, such as < !--#include virtual="/footer.html"--> (assuming that footer.html is at /footer.html).

    If you use virtual="footer.html" (without /), then the include file will be relative to the directory where the calling file is located. E.g.: /posters/animals/c123-bears.html would try to read /posters/animals/footer.html -- this is probably not what you want.

    So be sure that your include files specify a directory path.

    If the include file is still not working, then view the page in your web browser and then select "View > Source". Scroll down to where the include file would be and see if the server has reported any errors there.

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    per: David Cusimano

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