Re: HTML Assign?

Lisajoy (lisajoy@turbo.kean.edu)
Thu, 30 Mar 1995 20:45:12 -0500 (EST)


Date: Thu, 30 Mar 1995 20:45:12 -0500 (EST)
From: Lisajoy <lisajoy@turbo.kean.edu>
To: Kevin Buttler <buttlerk@smtpgate.lante.com>
Cc: Multiple recipients of list <www-html@www10.w3.org>
Subject: Re: HTML Assign?
In-Reply-To: <9503301702.A08106@smtpgate.lante.com>
Message-Id: <Pine.OSF.3.91.950330204343.15543A-100000@turbo.kean.edu>

I agree with Kevin on this idea.  I do not know of any way to do this 
"third party" editing.  But if there is, please let me know.  I do home 
page development for a small company in bloomfield.  if interested check 
us out at http://www.the-coast.com or http://hobbes.the-coast.com

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On Thu, 30 Mar 1995, Kevin Buttler wrote:

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> Text item: HTML Assign?
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> I don't think you can do this, but I figured I'd better ask to make sure
> since it would make my life a lot easier if you could...
> 
> Does HTML/HTTP provide any way of doing "includes" within HTML documents?
> E.g., I have two versions of a page which are served up depending on which
> browser a user uses to connect to the page.  Both the Netscape version and
> the Other-Browsers version have a lot of common HTML, which means that if I
> make a change, I have to change it in two documents.
> 
> Is there a way to have the documents contain something which sucks the
> common code out of a third document so I only have to edit in one place?
> 
> If not, there should be!
> 
> kbuttler@lante.com
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