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hi,
as i know when testing the shtml , we hav to log in to server n test it online..
does anyone know how to make a 'environment' which we can testing in our PC (windows), which means we don hav to online ..

anyone know ?
thanx alot
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If you have win95, you can install Personal WebServer (PWS). If you have a new version of Win95, it's on your CD. If not, you can download it from the Microsoft site.

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hi again ,
i had download the personal webserver..
now ,how 2 test the shtml file..

thanx for helping ..
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Now just make a file and call it "....shtml" and try the SSI commands.
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