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hi guys,
can i like include a html doc within a column of a table in a html? like how u used jsp include tag?
ive seen ppl saying SSI thing but it sounds more dependant on the server deployment. anything else?
any possibilities are welcome. many thanks all.
 
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There's no native facility within HTML to perform a server-side file include. If you are using JSP or some other active server-side technology, each has its own include facility. For pure apache, SSI is available.
Them's your choices I'm afraid.
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hi bear,
strangely u r the man to turn up everytime i triggers a problem. thanks dude.
as for this issue, i finally settled for using a iframe. I last overlooked its attribute, but setting the border and everyting to 0 makes it just like part of the page. does the job when i need it seperated physically for bloggin, but virtually intergrated.
thanks fer the suggestion, bear.

cheers,
shin.
 
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actually HTML does have that now. iirc it is the object tag. unfortunately none of the browsers support it yet.
 
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