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Add footer to all pages using .htaccess?

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I want to add a footer to all the pages of a site.  I am thinking I could use .htaccess file to do it easily.  I am currently using frames and I want to get away from them.

What do I need to put in the .htaccess file to get it to work?
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Hmmm.... .htaccess isn't the right way, but there really isn't a real "right way".

The canonical right way is SSI:  http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/howto/ssi.html

That requires you to modify the footer for each file, so it becomes <!--#include virtual="/footer.html"-->

If that's not feasible, second best is to use the mod_rewrite feature to turn URLs into parameters to a script that will add the footer.  In PHP, it would be done like this:

In .htaccess:
RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule /(.*.html)/ /addFooter.php?file=$1 [P]

And addFooter.php would do this:
<?php
echo file_get_contents( $_GET['file'] );
echo "footer";
?>

Sorta -- you have to check the file path to make sure it's legitimate, and that you look for the file from the doc root directory.
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