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Thread: Include files

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    I had a co-worker ask me a question about incudes. I use .html extensions, she uses .txt. I see no problem with either, but was wondering if anyone knows if there is a preferred standard out there. I can't seem to find information either way that one is better than the other. Does it matter?

    Thanks!

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    .html is what you should use for the browser and sometimes server to properly interpret the document. .txt should only be used for unformatted text files. There's also .shtml for HTML that includes server-side HTML bits, and other languages like PHP, ASP, JSP, ColdFusion, etc. which have extensions .php, .asp, .jsp, .cfm, etc., respectively.
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