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    as far as SSI is concerned...does bizhat support them

    can anyone answer that?

    you are right ftvfatboy..there a lot of people abusing the service here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by driesp.bizhat.com
    what does it means??? ssi
    SERVER SIDE INCLUDES
    SSIís were first introduced in the NCSA WWW server, the predecessor of Apache. They are directives, which you can place into your HTML documents to execute other programs or output such data as environment variables and file statistics.

    Unfortunately, not all servers support these directives. For example, the CERN server does not support SSIís, but many other servers can. In such a case, there is a Perl program fakessi.pl that you can use as a CGI to emulate SSIís.

    While Server Side Includes technically are not really CGI, they can become important tool for incorporating CGI-like information, as well as output from CGI program, into document on Web.

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    Hi neeraj.You didnt wexplain clearly.Like descript the world NCSA and also

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