Ok. Is there any way to use non-parsed headers on a mostly
static page? (SSI only)
I just tried a search for nph, but couldn't find any references
that didn't involve perl or cgi scripts.
If there is no other way besides a script, what implementation
would involve the least server cpu-utilization? A pointer to an
example would be helpful.
Thank you again.
>> Am using an Apache server, not directly under my control.
>> I can place "server-parsed" or "send-as-is" in my htaccess
>> file; but if I use both, "send-as-is" prevails and Apache
>> won't parse any SSI directives.
>> Need a way to send a custom status code and content-type,
>> yet still use SSI. The htaccess file is my only control over
>> Apache. Is there any way to do this?
>As-is is for static pages. You want non-parsed-headers (nph).