On Fri, 31 Oct 2003, Jaap A. Haitsma wrote:
I'm pretty much a newbie to making a webpage. I do not understand your
answer completely. Should I change something to the settings of the
apache server or so? I don't know if my hosting provider lets me do this.
I'm sure there are easier ways, but I've done this in the past using PHP
for the heck of it when I was just learning it. If you have PHP on your
server, it can be done easily.
Will Backman wrote:
> enable allow indexes. Don't include a page with a name that is one of
> the default page names.
> On Fri, 2003-10-31 at 11:43, Jaap A. Haitsma wrote:
>>I know my question is a bit off topic, but after googling for an hour I
>>can't seem to find the answer. As I'm a regular poster on this list
>>pretty sure somebody on this list knows the answer.
>>On my website I'd like to publish some files, which people can download.
>>I'd like to do it in a similar way as the http://people.redhat.com
>>See for example.
>>Of course I can just type the HTML in all myself but being a programmer
>>(equals lazy ;-) ) I'd like to have a tool which I can just run at the
>>root of my directories and files I want to publish that generates
>>automatically the HTML which is needed.
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