As you can see here: <http://doctor.mozilla.org/?file=mozilla-org/html/projects/help-viewer/.htaccess> both SSI and MultiViews are enabled: # Options +Includes +MultiViews According to that and my knowledge (and other people too, by the way) the following should work: <http://www.mozilla.org/projects/help-viewer/documentation>. However, it only works when you add the extension.
You need to "ForceType server-parsed" on files that have SSI in them and give them an .html suffix instead of .shtml. The MultiViews stuff is negotiating content-type, and "shtml" is not in the list of accepted types the browser sends, so Apache doesn't offer it as a choice. Stick this in the .htaccess file: <FilesMatch ^index\.html$> ForceType server-parsed </FilesMatch>
Sorry, wrong command, you want SetHandler, not ForceType. Try this one: <FilesMatch ^index\.html$> SetHandler server-parsed </FilesMatch>
and if you have different language versions, fix the regexp to match what the files are actually called :)
Is there a regexp or something simpler to let all files in a certain directory (and deeper) be server side parsed? Especially for the pages where this is a problem at the moment that would be more helpful.
fixed by adding "AddType text/html .shtml" to the .htaccess file.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: mozilla.org → mozilla.org Graveyard
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