[thelist] php on my index page?

Wesley Mason wes at pmason.karoo.co.uk
Thu Jan 22 07:54:25 CST 2004

There is a third option people forgot to mention, and that's telling 
the webserver (I use Apache in this case as I haven't used anything 
else in a while) to parse just *that one file* through PHP, in your 

<Files index.html>
	ForceType application/x-httpd-php

Wesley Aaron Mason
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On Jan 22, 2004, at 02:17, Bob Haroche wrote:

>> If you have no index.htm, index.html, default.asp, or default.cfm,
>> index.php will be deafulted as yoursite.com/
> True. And if for some reason people type yoursite.com/index.html and
> you don't want to have them change to the .php extension, you can put
> your blog entry on its own page and server side include that.  Of
> course, by default most servers will then want your index page to have
> an .shtml extension, but that too can be over-ridden with a server
> configuration so as to retain the .html extension.
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