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Re: In-line HTML files?

From: Daniel W. Connolly <connolly@beach.w3.org>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 22:01:39 -0400
Message-Id: <199507190201.WAA28670@beach.w3.org>
To: kerog@sp.isl.secom.co.jp (Keith Rogers)
Cc: alian@mit.edu
Cc: www-html@www10.w3.org
Cc: Thomas Boutell <boutell@netcom.com>
Cc: HTP Writers Guild <html-authors-guild@lists.stanford.edu>
In message <9507190046.AA02778@isis.sp.isl.secom.co.jp>, Keith Rogers writes:
>Is there some facility in HTML for automatically including another HTML
>file within
>a main HTML file, much like the IMG tag includes a graphics file?

This is a very frequently asked question.

I hate to beg, but...

would one of the knowledgeable and capable HTML book/intro/tutorial
writers research this issue and submit an answer to the WWW FAQ

Currently, that would be  Thomas Boutell <boutell@netcom.com>

Basically, the options are:

existing technologies:
	server-side includes (see NCSA server doc)
	cpp/m4/text preprocessor of your choice
possible developments:
	<a href="included.html" REL=INCLUDE>...</a>
		(we've got a student implementing this, by the way!
			Hi Alex!)

	Real SGML Entities (tm)

Daniel W. Connolly        "We believe in the interconnectedness of all things"
Research Associate, MIT/W3C   PGP: EDF8 A8E4 F3BB 0F3C  FD1B 7BE0 716C FF21 
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