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Including an HTML file into another

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Hi,

Is there a way to include an HTML file into another?
I have a header that i would like to include in all my HTML pages and i do not want to repeat it but rather include a file that contains this header.

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Ralph
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This is totally possible but you must have the capability to use Server Side Includes on your page.  Most ISP's offer SSI with their pages....Geocities and many other freebee's do not.  Here is a page that will assist you in setting up a server side include.

At first it may look hard but it is actually very easy...

http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/tutorials/includes.html

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