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From Ronald Beck <>
Subject Re: Multiple Sites
Date Mon, 03 Dec 2001 19:45:28 GMT
Try setting your directory index like this...

	DirectoryIndex default.htm index.htm default.html index.html

this should catch any one of the four files as the index when you enter
Also, make sure "directory" is in your http root path.  See the
httpd.conf file if you're not sure what your root directory is.


"Purcell, Scott" wrote:
> Hello,
> I have the need to create 10 web sites off my Apache web server. I do not
> want to use 10 IP addresses. So I am doing to cheeze and do a
> URL/directory/index.html foreach site.
> Then I would give each customer a URL of URL/directory and I would like the
> index.html or the default.html to come up. But it does not.
> I edited my conf file to this
> <IfModule mod_dir.c>
> #    DirectoryIndex index.html
>     DirectoryIndex default.htm
> </IfModule>
> But but it does not work. But if I put in URL/directory and a forward slash/
> eg. http://URL/directory/ then it shows the default.htm page. But I know my
> customers, and they will not put in the directory forward slash. How do I
> get around this issue?
> Thanks
> Scott Purcell

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