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What Does The File Extension *.SHTML Mean?
In most systems, the .shtml file extension identifies an HTML page that contains Server Side Include (SSI) directives (include another file, show date last modified, and so on). Server software must parse files looking for SSI directives, and then carry them out ). This would really slow down the httpd server if it had to do this for all files; therefore, the special .shtml designation.
We use the .shtml extension for most of our pages on this website.
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