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Re: HTML Includes

From: Rasmus Kaj <kaj@interbizz.se>
Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 07:10:45 -0400 (EDT)
To: rys@tir.com
Cc: www-html@w3.org
Cc: kaj@interbizz.se
Message-Id: <19980511131036B.kaj@interbizz.se>
>>>>> "J" == Joe  <rys@tir.com> writes:

 J> For the next release of HTML, I'm sure this has been suggested already,
 J> but since I'm too lazy to go through the list, here it is again...

Yes, it have. Might even be called a FAQ ... 

So I skip most of your questing. Your proposal is to make this possible:

 J> <HTML SRC="http://glacid.com/cgi-bin/text.pl">

There are two possibilities to do this. Using HTML 4.0 you can do
something like (not exactly sure on the syntax here, but it's in the
spec) :

<OBJECT TYPE="text/html" SRC="foo.html">

If you have a server which handles SSI (server side includes) you can
do this:

<!--#include file="incl-titleaddr.shtml" -->

For a lengthy discussion of the pros and cons of each method, see the
archives of this discussion list.

// Rasmus

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