"William Hughes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schreef in bericht
> On Sun, 22 May 2005 12:40:48 +0100, in alt.html Roy Schestowitz
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hywel Jenkins wrote:
>> > In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>> > email@example.com says...
>> >> Hi,
>> >> It must be simple, but I cannot find a solution quickly.
>> >> Without use of frames, I want to place a footer (in this case
>> >> copyright
>> >> text info) as a full text under all my pages.
>> >> The full copyright text is in a page "copyright.html".
>> >> What simple HTML code to use to place my "copyright.html" text under
>> >> all
>> >> pages?
>> >> I must have a black out as i cannot find a way that quick ;-(
>> > SSI.
>> If your pages are static, e.g. HTML or plain text, you will need to add
>> text to each. You can use Perl scripts to apply operations to batches of
>> files, e.g. to add footers to all files or modify the footers. If you
>> generate pages on the fly (let us say with PHP), then you need only
>> the 'template' and your life is ever more easy.
> Why go to all that trouble? Just use SSI (Server-Side Includes) as Jenkins
> In each file:
> <!--#include virtual="./includes/copyright.txt"-->
> In "copyright.txt":
> <p align=center>
> This page copyright 2005 by I. M. Author.
> Now, if the question is how to put that #include statement into several
> files quickly, use an automated text-replacement utility. I use Xchange:
What about a ".htaccess" file?
Do you have to upload that file?
This is a rhetorical question out of curriosity as my provider does not
allow me to use ssi (see my other message).