[thelist] .html vs .shtml

Joshua OIson joshua at alphashop.net
Wed May 23 10:46:28 CDT 2001

On IIS 5.0 you can map any extension to any server-side parsing engine on a
site-by-site basis.  I don't know about Apache.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Pete Prodoehl" <pete.prodoehl at cygnusinteractive.com>
Subject: RE: [thelist] .html vs .shtml

: Does the silence indicate this is impossible?  :/
: Pete
: > When I use Apache, it's fairly easy to map .html to be processed for
: > server
: > side includes, so I can have all file named with an .html extension and
: > not
: > have a mix of .shtml and .html
: >
: > Can this be done in IIS? We host a number of sites, can this be
: > on a per-site basis, or would it be global on the server?
: >
: > thanks...

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