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Re: logo and page layout.

> >>>>> "James" == James A Treacy <treacy@debian.org> writes:
>     James> I really wish that there was a universally accepted
>     James> #include directive for web pages so I could put the header
>     James> stuff in a seperate file.
>  It's possible to use `m4', or, I suppose, `cpp', with a file
>  extension, and configure Apache with a `handler' that causes it to
>  run the file through the macro processor on the fly.
>  Or, you can use `m4' to generate static pages.  There was an article
>  in the `Linux Gazette' about it.  You should be able to find it if
>  you go grep there.
Maybe I should have explained myself better. The decision was made that
the web pages should be server independent. This means that I can't use
the nice extras that many servers provide for doing this sort of thing
to make mirroring the pages easy. It just makes life more complicated

- Jay

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