[svlug] SSI in Apache
Derek J. Balling
dredd at megacity.org
Mon Aug 21 15:21:02 PDT 2000
And soooo much more overhead in terms of CPU/Memory consumption in
your Apache children.
Let's not pretend that the extra functionality of PHP comes from thin
air. mod_include is significantly thinner than mod_php.
At 2:48 PM -0700 8/21/00, Charlie Blanchard wrote:
>As Deirdre suggests, so I do! I use PHP rather than SSI (both
>with and without databases) since PHP gives all the functionality
>of SSI with soooo much more should you need it in future...
>On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 01:43:23PM -0700, Jose Medeiros wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Deirdre Saoirse" <deirdre at deirdre.net>
>> > On Mon, 21 Aug 2000, Grant Talarico wrote:
>> > > but for some reason it's not parsing the files. Sometimes it displays
>> > > the <!-- #blah blah blah --> code in the browser and sometimes it
>> > > doesn't. But regardless if it's displayed or not, it's not working.
>> > > Anyone have any ideas or suggestions?
>> > Use PHP would be my suggestion. :)
>> With all do respect, server side includes offer different
>>functionality than PHP
>> do they not?
>> For example SSI is generally used as a template ( Among other things )
>> to add a menu box to a web page and maintain its consitency with all pages
>> through out the site.
>> PHP on the other hand is generallty used for accessing Databases is it not?
>> Please feel free to correct me if I am wrong.
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