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Re: .shtml pages (SSI's)
From Paul on 4 April '00
replying to Re: .shtml pages (SSI's) posted by Pat

Interesting site! A must for all webmasters. Thanks for the link.

>>>I know search engines won't index pages generated by cgi scripts, but
>>>will they index pages with server side includes (SSI's) which have
>>>the file extension ".shtml"?
>>Yes they will. I have used them in the past.
>If your want to play safe, you could modify your .htaccess in your main directory (or creat the file if it doesn't exist). Add this:
>AddType text/html .html
>AddHandler server-parsed .html
>Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes
>It would allow you to run SSI commands in all your .html pages. That way you won't have to use .shtml extension. Thant's what I do on

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