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    **edit, nevermind old problem**

    My other problem, how to I force it to use the php extenstions? for example you type in http://site.com and it loads the http://site.com/index.php

    Right now mine does not load the index.php automaticly. it gives the FTP style listing??
    I have searched and am still searching for a way.
    Last edited by ShadyNight; Tue 5th Aug '03, 6:58pm.

  • #2
    Put this in your .htaccess :

    DirectoryIndex index.php

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    • #3
      Thanks, but it didn't work. I just have to make sure everyone knows to add the index.php to thier bookmarks! Thanks any way.

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      • #4
        If you have access to apache's conf file, you can do it through there, but if you don't control the server then you can't do that.

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        • #5
          Yeah that's what I finally ended up doing.
          For some reason the apache conf does not want to allow the .htaccess file to be used. As soon as I tell the apache conf to allow the .htaccess, it denys all acess to the server.

          Oh well that's a whole nother kettle that is. I got it toload php so I'm happy! LOL

          Thanks for the help folks.

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