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From tony wright <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] using php in header file
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2004 17:48:29 GMT
All I am doing is using the headerfile directive. check google or apache site. 
this only shows on directory listings (where there is no index or other page 
displayed. )
regarding your problem, can't you just replace all the header code that is 
hardcoded with a couple of php lines to include a header file?
you could even use php to run through all your files doing the replacement


On Monday 26 April 2004 17:51, Billy Bacon wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> I was wondering if you could give me some details on your setup. It sounds
> like you are doing something similar to what I WANT to do but I haven't
> figured out a way to do it.
> My scenario:
> I inherited this site that is written in Perl/CGI. It uses 'templates'
> which I wasn't aware of from the Perl/CGI world. In any case, the header
> and footer section of the web site is hard coded in EVERY template which is
> a maintanence nightmare for me. What I'd like to do is set up these
> Perl/CGI 'templates' (which are really just HTML files with a .htm
> extension) so that I can 'include' my header and footer that is written in
> PHP. This will allow me to reuse my code obviously. But with Apache, I
> don't know of a way that will allow me to do this since I'm new to the
> Apache world.
> I was wondering if what you are doing would solve my problem.
> Any details, advice or suggestions would be awesome.
> Thanks
> - Billy -

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