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Language: Active Server Pages (ASP)
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 10, 1999

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Using #Include in htm pages

Question:
I have a .htm file in which I have the following line of code:

The htm pages are both part of my VI6 project. The file IncludeLeftPanel.htm contains only simple HTML statements as I am including my navigation definitions as an alternative to using frames.

Problem: The content in the file IncludeLeftPanel.htm is not being "included" - in fact, this line of code is being treated as a comment. Is there a setting that I have missed to enable the correct processing of this include statement? I have tried renaming the including file to have either the .shtm or .shtml suffix but VI6 doesn't like it.

Answer:
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