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    Hidden Server-Side Include

    Hi there.

    The pages in question are: http://www.thepeopleupstairs.com/index.html and http://www.thepeopleupstairs.com/tour.html

    I'm attempting to use an include to display an "upcoming shows" list beneath the Flash music player in the right column and by itself on /tour.html. It's displaying fine in Dreamweaver, but is hidden when I view it in IE and Firefox.

    Here's the URL of the page I'm attempting to include: http://www.thepeopleupstairs.com/showsinclude.html

    Any help would be appreciated. It's driving me nuts.

    Thank you.

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    That's an SSI include, which normally requires you name the file something.shtml. Have you tried that?

    Dave

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    Good idea.

    Just tried it, though, and it didn't work.

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    Do you know that SSI is supposed to work on your server? It isn't necessarily on every server. You might have to go to a PHP include if you have PHP.

    Dave

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    Yep, it is.

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    It's working now, I assume something worked...

    Dave

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    I had to change index into an .shtml file.

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