I'm not seeing any errors on that page.
What my guess would be though, is the way you implement SSI.
Just skimming some info about SSI, it appears the included file needs to be in the same folder as the referencing file. Also you need to see how your server works with SSI, should you use a File include, or a Virtual include, or does it matter?
I personally never use SSI, I prefer the PHP include() or require() functions. Are there no ASP functions to use?
The other problem I can see, is the server might not be set up to natively handle inline SSI, and might be looking for a .shtml, or .shtm extension, and the .asp extension is throwing it off.
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