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"Total headache"
Posted by Gary on Dec-11-00 at 02:46 PM (EST)
Right I updated the setting to read .shtml like Bill said.

Now the page is still displayed without the SSI's and also the display_cart.html file is all over the place. No matter what I do it looks crap.

Im using a template for every page all my pages need to end in shtml and It aint happening.

Please let me know what I can do?

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Posted by Bill Weiner on Dec-11-00 at 05:47 PM (EST)
Oh, Ok. I think I know why. Those order_template.html files are not displayed directly.... but rather, read in by the ushop.pl script, manipulated a little bit by the ushop.pl script, and then output by the ushop.pl script. So as far as the browser is concerned, the page being displayed is just the URL of the ushop.pl script (ie. not a .shtml file). So there is not much that can be done there with getting the order_template.html files be interpretted as .shtml files.
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