Does your file being included also contain <html>, <head>, or <body> tags?
It must not.
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"jestersdead" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:eeug4s$hll$1forums.macromedia.com...> Hi ssi newbie question here.
> I wanted to include an ssi section in a embeded table layout, have used
> ssi include code and inserted it where i want the ssi to work etc . So the
> works which is nice but when you look at the physical page in dreamweaver,
> was a nice layout has been exploded totally. However when you view it via
> browser it is fine.
> Why is this? i always view html pages with a split screen and find it very
> unnerving to see my nice pages n apart. Is there a solution for this?
> I use dw 2004 mx .