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SSI substitute in geeklog?


kingboyk

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Hi all,


I''m putting a new site together at www.kingboyk.com. I will have quite a few static pages, some of which will contain a certain amount of redundant (duplicated) information.


Before I went with Geeklog, I was planning to use server side includes so that the information common to these pages could be stored in a single file, making it easy to manage and guaranteeing that all pages are up to date. So, what I'm wondering is if there's a way to do the same thing in Geeklog. Or will I have to paste the text into each static page and update each individually and manually? Crying or Very sad


Thanks in advance,


Steve

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tmarquez

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I don't think it is a good idea (or can you even?) mix SSI with php. You put php code in your static pages, so I believe the syntax you would want is

include is the statement I think you would want to use.

http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.include.php
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kingboyk

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Thanks very much T, I'll look into that.
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