An SSI is a special sequence of characters contained in your HTML page. As
the page is scanned by the server (slinger) before transmission, the
tokens are replaced by the server with dynamic HTML code. The format of the
SSI token is as follows:
<!--# is the token prefix, all SSI tokens start with this.
<tag> is the SSI command to execute.
<arguments are the arguments that are passed to the commands.
The arguments take the form argument="value".
--> are the closing characters of the SSI token.
The SSI supported SSI commands are:
echo allows data from certain variables to be inserted in a HTML page
include allows the contents of a file to be inserted in a HTML page.
exec allows you to execute an external program and have any output
data inserted into a HTML page.
config allows you to set certain HTML output options.
email can be used to have an email sent whenever an HTML page is accessed
or an HTML form is submitted. An external email program will need
to be specified.
if allows conditional execution of SSI operations and conditional
printing of HTML text based on logical comparisions
goto allows you to jump to label token without printing skipped text or
applying skipped tokens.
label location to jump to with goto.
break allows you to terminate a HTML document at any point.
qnxvar allows you to obtain data from a data server process.