How to I enable SSI's (Server Side Includes)?

SSI's (Server Side Includes) are enabled on all accounts as stanadard. In order to make use of these on your hosting account if require, you will need to enable them via a .htaccess file within your webspace. The contents of this should be as follows:

Options +Includes
AddType text/html .shtm
AddHandler server-parsed .shtml

The Options +Includes directive enables SSI's for that particular directory and any below, whilst the other directives well the web server to parse any files that end in .shtm or .shtml for SSI's
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