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From Ronald Beck <rb...@tqtx.com>
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
http://URL/directory.  
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.

Ron

"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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