[thelist] changing default style

j.d. welch so.there at showtunepink.com
Thu Dec 19 11:26:01 CST 2002

two (perhaps more) ways:

with apache, you can use mod_autoindex to do various index formatting

also, you can (supposedly, doesn't work for me) add headers and footers
with mod_autoindex as well:

or, with php(or whatever), there are lots of directory indexer scripts
out there.  i use one available here:
http://www.lophty.com/index.php?viewProjects=1&projstopicid=1 it uses
external css for formatting, so it's (sort of) easy to change.


    J.D. Welch			|    so.there at showtunepink.com
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On Wednesday, December 18, 2002, at 10:46  PM, { schaapy } wrote:

> Awhile ago someone on this list talked about changing the default
> style on a
> directory that doesn't have an index.
> For Example - if you go to http://www.hollandsentinel.com/pdf/archive/
> you'll see the default style.
> How can I change this look?

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