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I have a new universal header for my website (header.php) and I want it displayed all across the website. How can I go about doing this? It is actually in HTML format, and I am not sure if I can keep it like that, or does it have to be saved in .php to be able to display it across the website?
Right now, I am using Front Page's 'Page display' feature, which is not very effective, and I want a better faster way to do this. So that when I change something in the header file, it will be displayed all across the website immediately.
Thanks a lot
AddType application/x-httpd-php .html
Once either of them is done , you simply go to lets say
And hey, if you go the httpd.conf route then you will have to restart apache before checking if it works
[edited by: Anyango at 4:47 am (utc) on Nov. 25, 2008]