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Apache Guide: Generating Fancy Directory Listings with mod_autoindex Page 3

Apache Guide: Generating Fancy Directory Listings with mod_autoindex Page 3

By Rich Bowen (Send Email)
Posted Oct 9, 2000


     ReadmeName README

and you have a file in that directory called README.html, that file will be displayed as the readme file for that directory.

Another neat trick here is that you can use HeaderName in conjunction with IndexOptions +SuppressHTMLPreamble, putting HTML in the header file to specify background, fonts, style sheets, or whatever you use on the rest of your site, so that the directory listing does not have to look like it does not belong to the rest of your site.

Conclusion

In the cases where you have directory listings rather than actual HTML pages, mod_autoindex can make these listings look exactly as you want them to, without having to generate custom directory listing pages for each directory.

Thanks for your feedback on my articles, and thanks for reading. Please drop me a note at ApacheToday@rcbowen.com if you have questions, or suggestions of topics you'd like for me to cover in future columns.

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