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Our servers do not offer SSI facilities <code>&lt;!--#include virtual="ssi.htm" --></code> or <code>&lt;!--#include file="ssi.htm" --></code>, however you can create the same effect by using Javascript. These notes were submitted by a customer and are here to help you.
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Our servers do not offer SSI facilities <!--#include virtual="ssi.htm" --> or <!--#include file="ssi.htm" --> however you can create the same effect by using Java Script, these notes were submitted by a customer and are here to help you.
 
   
 
How?
 
How?
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First:
 
First:
   
Include the following in the <head></head> section of your page
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Include the following in the <code>&lt;head>&lt;head></code> section of your page
   
 
<SyntaxHighlight>
 
<SyntaxHighlight>
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with your own file name substituted where you want the included text to appear.
 
with your own file name substituted where you want the included text to appear.
   
 
   
 
Then:
 
Then:
   
Create a file myincludefilename.js to hold the text you want to output, then insert the text and wrap each line in a document.write(" "); statement.
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Create a file myincludefilename.js to hold the text you want to output, then insert the text and wrap each line in a <code>document.write(" ");</code> statement.
   
Remember that in JS any newline characters ends the instruction so every line must be wrapped in a document.write statement.
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Remember that in JS any newline characters ends the instruction so every line must be wrapped in a <code>document.write</code> statement.
   
 
The javascript file can have any extension, and be held in any folder subject to the usual rules about valid pathnames.
 
The javascript file can have any extension, and be held in any folder subject to the usual rules about valid pathnames.
   
 
   
 
Example: Good
 
Example: Good
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A web search on 'javascript include' will bring up lots more examples.
 
A web search on 'javascript include' will bring up lots more examples.
   
 
==Other Webhosting pages==
 
 
 
==Other Webhosting pages:==
 
 
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Latest revision as of 23:23, 15 August 2020

Our servers do not offer SSI facilities <!--#include virtual="ssi.htm" --> or <!--#include file="ssi.htm" -->, however you can create the same effect by using Javascript. These notes were submitted by a customer and are here to help you.

How?


First:

Include the following in the <head><head> section of your page

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript" > </SCRIPT>

and

<script type="text/javascript" src="myincludefilename.js"> </SCRIPT>

with your own file name substituted where you want the included text to appear.


Then:

Create a file myincludefilename.js to hold the text you want to output, then insert the text and wrap each line in a document.write(" "); statement.

Remember that in JS any newline characters ends the instruction so every line must be wrapped in a document.write statement.

The javascript file can have any extension, and be held in any folder subject to the usual rules about valid pathnames.


Example: Good

document.write("James Brown is in the office <br>");

document.write("Helen Smith is out of office <br>");

Example: Bad

document.write("James Brown is in the office <br>

"Helen Smith is out of office <br>");

A web search on 'javascript include' will bring up lots more examples.

Other Webhosting pages

<ncl style=bullet maxdepth=5 headings=bullet headstart=2 showcats=1 showarts=1>Category:Webhosting</ncl>

Webhosting Service page on our main website