Re: Apache server-side includes questions
On May 29, 3:26pm, Pete Templin wrote:
> Somewhere along the line, my tricks (hacks?) for doing server-side
> inclusion of standardized (and separately changeable) headers and footers
> on web pages broke. I admit to not knowing the _right_ way to do it,
> having stolen lots of bits and pieces along the way and learning
> originally on the ncsa server on my school's DEC box.
> Here's what I'm currently doing:
> <!--#exec cmd="./header"-->
> is in the page.
> I had an .htaccess file that looked like this:
> AddType text/x-server-parsed-html .html
> Options All
And Apache version is? I guess 1.1 or higher... So you should rewrite
your .htaccess to look like this:
AddHandler server-parsed .html
> I've basically NOT touched the srm.conf file of my "frozen" version of
> apache. I have uncommented two lines, but recommented them for testing
> If I attempt to view the page on Netscape under Debian, I am prompted to
> save the file to my home directory.
Sure, cause it doesn't know what to do with text/x-server-parsed-html...
> What's the Right Way(tm) to include the output of a perl script into a web
> It happens to work fine at http://www.bucknell.edu/~templin (the DEC box).
Old server... NSCA'a and old Apaches used pseudo MIME types, but it
> Thanks in advance for any/all help!
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