I was watching one of the mockup-to-website videos and the CSS-tricks dev said for the menu’s it’d be best to use an "include" command in order to not have the same code on every page.
I’m building my site locally on my computer right now and have tried to research this myself. I moved my menu code from my html file into a file called "menu.ssi".
the code i put into my HTML document is: <!–#include virtual="menu.ssi"–>
I’ve also saved the html file as a .shtml file and have both files in the same directory. I’ve created a file called htaccess.txt and have these lines of code in it and have saved it in the same directory as the others:
OK, for win2k server using iis web server you can’t use .htaccess. Instead you either give your files an .asp extension, or follow the steps on this forum where the question has been answered. Google is your friend in these instances ;)
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