What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a protocol to establish encrypted link between a server and a client. When SSL is used, the URL will be starting with https as “https:www.domain.com” and there will be a green padlock which tells us that SSL is installed. When SSL is used, we get privacy, integrity and authentication. As SSL enables secure communication, millions of websites are using SSL to transmit sensitive information such as credit card numbers and login cred [...]
Server-side includes (SSIs) are simple, HTML-embedded directives that instruct the web server to include data in the HTML document. As a shorthand alternative to CGI, server-side includes can be handy.
The valid SSI directives are as follows: echo Syntax: echo var="environment-variable" Echo inserts the value of one or more SSI environment variables. include Syntax: include file or virtual="path" The include directive inserts the text of another document, specified either as a file or a virtual file. Path must be relative to the current document in the case of a file, or it can be a virtual path. For example:
First you must create a page with a .shtm or .shtml extention! Then SSI is easily implemented into your web page by using the following syntax or directives: