In my opinion, there is no reason to have an <include> tag in html,
where the <include> includes another file, combining both files to
one html file. That will only lead to more network traffic and longer
display times (since 2 requests have to be made.) There are a few
1) Read the manual of your editor and learn how to use macros.
2) Use server-side includes. Though that has the disadvantages of
fooling proxies and caches.
3) Use something like m4 macros to generate the files, including the
4) Use <a>.
After all, don't forget that #include is part of the C *preprocessor*,
not the compiler.