On Thu, Apr 15, 2004 at 11:24:48AM -0700, Phil Matt wrote:
> All is OK now. Except, I still can't see why the generated HTML from the
> TemplateDefault mod can't use the html code to call an include of some kind.
With Apache's SSI? Because that's the way Apache works -- Apache is not
able to filter the output from the forked CGI process. Apache2 deals
with this with filters.
> I just want to use a small file that holds the site menu, which is
> basically an ordinary <ul> converted into a useful menu with CSS. It's
> called via an include (either a PHP file or an SSI file, depending on
> the page that calls it...) all over the site. The client tends to
> change its mind about menu choices, so I really have to use an
> included file to avoid having to load a zilion instances of the menu
> by hand.
If using the TemplateDefault module to generate output then how about
adding something like:
print `cat /path/to/include/file`;
Received on Thu Apr 15 12:46:12 2004