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I'd like to use SSI in some static files that are served by Static/NGINX application (installed by the one click installation). Apparently, to this end, the SSI must have been enabled in the NGINX configuration.

Is this done by default? Do I have to enable it? If so how?

asked 09 Jan '11, 13:32

esfand
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Thank you Aaron! (again)

(09 Jan '11, 15:22) esfand

You cannot use SSI with Static only (no .htaccess) applications. You can with Static/CGI/PHP applications by following the directions here: http://docs.webfaction.com/software/static.html#enabling-server-side-includes

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answered 09 Jan '11, 14:18

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