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Navigation tool

Hello,

I am going to start a specialised free home page service. I
do not want to add pop-ups but add a navigation tool on every page people create. Other free home page services ask members to place a piece of code themselves. I like to know if it is possible to *automatically* place the navigation
tool on every page members create.

Thanks!
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frankhoofd
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cdiwebCommented:
Need more information - OS of the web server? What web server software are you using ?

Details please... (There are dozens of ways to do what you want, but not without knowing what kind of server you're running)

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SirCalebCommented:
In the server's admin...you should be able to add lines of code automagically to every page....
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icdCommented:
I think GeoCities (spit!) use something like this. All the pages on GeoCities now has a floating logo in the bottom right corner of the page.
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frankhoofdAuthor Commented:
Sorry, could not answer before (family stuff). I am trying to decide which servers and software are the best for my service. Any suggestions are welcome.

By the way: if no one sends a "Proposed Answer" I can't give any points. Don't worry, unless the answer is really #!^!!! I usually
give an "A".  
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SirCalebCommented:
Let me give you some advice....DO NOT get Netscape Enterprise Server[software]....I am using it right now and it sucks!  Bugs galore.  Support sucks too.  Yeah it only cost $800 but I guess you get what you pay for.  :-)
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frankhoofdAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the warning SirCaleb!
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MasseyMCommented:
I would recommend using IIS 4.0 from Microsoft... It allows you to use Active Server Pages... I love my setup... I cannot complain one bit...

BUt, to add a footer in ASP, you would add this to the bottom of the sent page:

<!-- #include VIRTUAL="footer.htm" -->

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frankhoofdAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot MasseyM!
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