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Form Processor with no SPAM from robots.

Anti-spam, anti-robot, anti-flame, Guestbook for your website.

Manage Remote websites from your website. Allow clients to update sections of their own web pages.

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Program Name: SSI Tag Maker
Original Release: January 2002
Cost: Free
Platform: UNIX or Linux
Requires: Perl5+




Don't you hate encountering the old [An error occured while processing this directive] simply because you couldn't figure out the correct syntax for the SSI tag? Not any more! This utiltiy takes all the guess work out of it and will show you the exact syntax to create your SSI tag to place in your HTML document.

It's simple to use, here are the instructions:
  1. Make sure the path to Perl at the top of ssi.cgi is correct.

  2. FTP the file ssi.cgi into the SAME directory as the script you need the SSI tag for. Make sure you FTP in ASCII mode.

  3. CHMOD the ssi.cgi script 755.

  4. Finally, call the ssi.cgi script by typing the full URL to it in the address line of your browser. It will list every executable Perl script in that directory and show you the exact SSI tag syntax to use for it.


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