At 11:12 AM 1/24/2003, Roger Harness wrote: >Ok, Anthony helped me figure out why if/eslif/etc commands wont work on NT >server. (Thanks Anthony!). > >Now one more semi-related question, then I'm done. > >On the UNIX server, I learned how to modify the .htaccess file so I didn't >have to use Shtml file extensions for SSI's. Very cool. > >Is there an NT equivalent to this procedure? <tip author="Anthony Baratta" subject="Making htm and html SSI parsable in IIS"> If you want to have .htm and .html extensions parsed for SSI command in IIS: Open Internet Services Manager. Find your web site, right mouse click and select properties. Select the Home Directory Tab, and click the Configuration button. Under the App Mappings tab, add .html and .htm extensions with the same executable as the shtml extensions (e.g. C:\WINNT\System32\inetsrv\ssinc.dll ). Limit the Verbs to GET,POST. Click OK to save. </tip> Hope that helps. --- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."