tombempty — 2011-09-16T14:23:18-04:00 — #1
I have been given the task to update footer links on my company's website, however. I do not have access to that part of the page.
Assuming that the page has SSI, in HTML or PHP, is there a way to definitively know this or find out what the file name of the include is?
Thanks for any help or advice on the matter,
stevie_d — 2011-09-16T15:22:36-04:00 — #2
There are three ways I can think of to find out what the name of a file called by SSI is:
- to have access to the source files as they exist on the server, or
- keep guessing things like "footer.htm", "boilerplate.htm" and so on until you get it right, or
- ask someone who has 1.
I realise these may not be all that helpful.
tombempty — 2011-09-16T15:49:14-04:00 — #3
Thanks Steve for the help. I realize this was a shot in the dark asking this here but I just wanted to make sure there was no trick that I could use to figure this out.
aussiejohn — 2011-09-16T20:54:19-04:00 — #4
Paul, are you trying to update the page via a CMS? if so, there might be a place to edit the template, depending on the CMS of course.
tombempty — 2011-09-17T08:10:45-04:00 — #5
Nope. I wish this way I would at least know where to look.