> I thought that an SSI was included in the actual html file that is
> delivered to the browser.
> If so, then the css style sheets accessed by the page in which the SSI
> was included would apply to what was in the SSI in the same way as to
> the rest of the page.
> Learning how to do SSI is on my soon-to-do list, so I have been
> reading-about but not doing, and would appreicate clarification.
Yes it is, the problem was that not all the pages the SSI will be included
in will have a stylesheet associated with it (or different ones) and if
there is an option to include the stylesheet at the end of the document,
which results in invalid code.
Generally SSI means including or executing another file, and rendering its
output in the final page. So to say you load all the bits on the server,
assemble them and send them as one HTML document in the end.
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