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Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by holdika, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. holdika

    holdika Guest

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    I am having a problem setting the default index page. After I had Plesk upgraded to 7.5 it goes to index.php as a default, but I can't set it back to index.html .

    Any help?
     
  2. anandpatilg

    anandpatilg Guest

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    IF you are trying to do this for a specific domain then you can create a .htaccess page for the domain in httpdocs and specify as follows:

    Directory Index .html, .htm,.php

    And if you want to make changes for the server then you have to make or modify the .htaccess file on the path as follows:

    /home/httpd/vhosts/default/htdocs/


    Please let me know if it does not works
     
  3. holdika

    holdika Guest

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    Hi Thanks for your reply, but that didn't work. It creates Internal Server Error.

    Any other suggestion?
     
  4. anandpatilg

    anandpatilg Guest

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    Internal server is generated due to the permissions and ownership of the files, check that and also let me know if you are doing this for a specific domain or on server level


    Thanks,
    Anand
     
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