Topic: CGI scripts
I am trying to use some SSI code on a website which I run, to include the current year in the footer of the page.
I want to use the following:
<!--#config timefmt="%Y" --><!--#echo var="DATE_GMT" -->
However when I add this to a HTML document and view it from the Angelfire server, I get an error message ([an error occured while processing this directive]) followed by the unformated current GMT date. Does Angelfire not allow you to use the config ssi tag?
I already use the include virtual SSI tag to include a html file which store the navigation of the website and that works perfectly but this doesn't and its really frustrating me!
Thanks for you help!