SSI (Server Side Include) tags allow you to include dynamic content in standard HTML pages. All of our servers support the use of SSI on pages with .shtml extensions.

For general information on using SSI, please see this useful online tutorial: http://bignosebird.com/ssi.shtml

NOTE: Remember that all pages for which you would like SSI tags to be parsed must have the extension .shtml instead of .html.


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