I've learned another way of inserting content, with remote SSI files. I can't use this on my site, because my host does not support SSI....but I'm about to start making a site for someone who CAN use SSI. I was all set to use it, and then just recently read (in a newsletter from a respected authority on site design) that the newer browsers are allowed to ignore anything within HTML comment tags. Now I'm wondering if these new browsers will actually be set to do that. If so, they will not read the links to my remote SSI files, which have the form:
Is there truly a danger of browsers not reading what's in comment tags now....and, if so, is there another way to do a remote SSI file?
Thanks in advance ------