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    Question about SSI

    This has worked on my tera-byte account.

    I use the command:
    <!--#include virtual="/yabazaba/topsection.txt" -->

    and it worked. I am moving hosts, and am trying to set up a new design so it'll look better. Anyways, I tried that same command at:
    http://66.78.8.166/~jokes-c/jokes/blonde/0001.html

    The errors call:
    /yabazaba/topsection.txt
    and
    /yabazaba/bottomsection.txt

    And it gives an error.

    BUT, when I try a different file in the yabazaba directory, it works:
    http://66.78.8.166/~jokes-c/yabazaba/0000.html

    That one calls /yabazaba/a.txt

    The files are there, but what gives?

    This is happening on HostRocket, so those of you on it, please help!

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    Re: Question about SSI

    Originally posted by Silverado4x4
    This has worked on my tera-byte account.

    I use the command:
    <!--#include virtual="/yabazaba/topsection.txt" -->

    and it worked. I am moving hosts, and am trying to set up a new design so it'll look better. Anyways, I tried that same command at:
    http://66.78.8.166/~jokes-c/jokes/blonde/0001.html

    The errors call:
    /yabazaba/topsection.txt
    and
    /yabazaba/bottomsection.txt

    And it gives an error.

    BUT, when I try a different file in the yabazaba directory, it works:
    http://66.78.8.166/~jokes-c/yabazaba/0000.html

    That one calls /yabazaba/a.txt

    The files are there, but what gives?

    This is happening on HostRocket, so those of you on it, please help!
    What is the error message? Is it "An Error Occured Processing this directive"?? More information would be helpful.

    Take care,

    Brian

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    HI silver trophy Silverado4x4's Avatar
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    When you click the link you can see what kind it is...

    BUT

    I fixed it. I realized on an IP address like that, I have to put in /~jokes-c/ in it also.

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    I find your link:
    http://66.78.8.166/~jokes-c/jokes/blonde/0001.html
    still shows error.
    Try giving full path of the file.
    And the link to blonde jokes is set to this:
    http://66.78.8.166/jokes/blonde/all.html
    and not the top one.
    I think some more work has to be done in resolving the links.
    S.K
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    I figured out why. It's because I don't have my own dynamic IP address, and I had to put the "/~jokes-c" in it, but now since my domain points to it, it works fine.


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