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a way to change .shtml to php?

Johnny

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all my files are currently on shtml is there a way to change it to .php and the ssi command inside too? cause its using to much resources
 

biggulp

Active Member
so you want to change server side includes to php includes?

use: <?php include("file.ext"); ?> to replace all your <!--#include virtual="file.ext" -->
 

Canuckkev

Doctor Hexagon
NLC
Well, I don't know much about webservers, but it's possible the SSI could be set up poorly and PHP might take less load on the server. But, it could be the other way around. Or both SSI and PHP includes, because it's the same thing, will take about the same load on the server, making it pointless.
 

Johnny

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yes i want to change
<!--#include virtual="file.ext" -->
to
<?php include("file.ext"); ?>

I heard from 2 people. 1 said he use ssi had only 60,000 unquie and still crash the server.. and the other was force to not use ssi cause they were using to much cpu resources.
I ask my admin, they say that ssi do use alot more cpu resources than php.
 
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atlas

New Member
Originally posted by Johnny
yes i want to change
<!--#include virtual="file.ext" -->
to
<?php include("file.ext"); ?>

I heard from 2 people. 1 said he use ssi had only 60,000 unquie and still crash the server.. and the other was force to not use ssi cause they were using to much cpu resources.
I ask my admin, they say that ssi do use alot more cpu resources than php.
I highly doubt this. The person with only 60,000 unique hits with SSI until the server crashed obviously has some sort of misconfiguration.
 
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