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Heard the acronym SSI but no sure what they are? Join Corbb in this article as he explains SSI and also shows us some interesting examples on how to use them with our website.

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By: Corbb O'Connor
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August 08, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · One Way To Use Server Side Includes
  2. · What In The World Are Server Side Includes?
  3. · Conclusion

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If you have been looking for an alternative to programming languages such as PHP, MySQL, or ASP, then I've provided you with one in this article. If you have any difficulties with this system, be sure to stop by the DevArticles forum. There are several members (including myself) that will be happy to help you fix your problem quickly.

While SSI can provide is a great alternative to a scripting language for smaller websites, larger websites will require a much more powerful database. If you should take the more powerful database approach, I strongly recommend investing in a book on PHP, MySQL, or Cold Fusion.

Until next time, happy programming!
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