318[NH] Re: CSS, HTML, XHTML ???
- Feb 12, 2000Hi Stefan,
You made it so I could understand it - thanks. :) This does them
all. Thanks everybody! If you see anything in them that needs
correcting, please, let me know as soon as possible.
SHTML is an acronym for server-parsed Hyper Text Markup Language
and is contained in a type of HTML file (.shtml). The files
contain information that is specific to the web server it is on.
The commands are non-standard in the sense they need to be
interpreted by the Web Server where they reside. These
non-standard commands are replaced by standard HTML (or text)
before it is return to the web browser so it may process it.
Get some sleep Stefan - thanks!
Bye for now,
Prov. 3:5-7; 4:23
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