I got a local version of Apache running a couple weeks ago, then had to set it aside to deal with a few other projects.
Now I'm wanting to test a local revision of my website before uploading it, specifically, this new revision relies much more heavily on SSI's.
The problem: it will not parse the ssi's when I open the local copies of the pages in my browser. It just ignores the include directives as if they were comments. I know my syntax is the same as I use on the FQ server.
In my httpd.conf file, the only lines that seem to apply to SSI's read as follows:
# To use server-parsed HTML files
AddType text/html .shtml
AddHandler server-parsed .shtml
Uncommenting those lines is all I have done to try to make SSI's work, as nothing else seemed relevent. Is there anything else I need to do? Checking my SSI's before I upload is at least half the reason I installed Apache locally.
Any ideas or assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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