Autoprepending scripts with Apache

Victor Tsaran tsar at
Wed Nov 28 11:33:12 EST 2001

thanks for the message. I found my question partially answered in the
Apache's FAQ.
You are right, the "action" keyword is of much help here. One has to
establish a handler  and use it in conjunction with the "action".
Best and thanks,

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ari Moisio" <armoi at>
To: "Speakup mailing list" <speakup at>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 12:50 PM
Subject: OT: Re: Autoprepending scripts with Apache

> Hello
>   Action keyword might help, somethin like
> action text/html your/script.php
> inhttpd.conf
>   That script will toutput requested page to its standard input. File
> name is at some environment variable, $PATH_TRANSLATED iirc.
> Victor Tsaran 28.11.01:
> >Those of you, who are experts in Apache server administration. Do you
> >if there is an option to auto_prepend a certain script to any .html file
> >parsed by the server? For example, I have a script written in PHP and I
> >it to be attached to every .html file of the website. Please note that I
> >would like to avoid using SSI because this would involve modifying all
> >pages on the website.
> >Would be grateful for any advice.
> >Victor
> >
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