[thelist] Embedding remote Web content with #include under II S

Madhu Menon madhum at trisoft.net
Thu Feb 1 01:19:48 CST 2001

Scott wrote:
> while not through #includes, you can do this in IIS through ASP code and a
> 3rd party COM object called ASPTear
> (http://www.alphasierrapapa.com/ComponentCenter/AspTear/index.asp)

Note that the download and rendering time of your page will now depend on
the responsiveness of the other web site. Just something to watch out for.


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