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How to change default page?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by euro_gedimas, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. euro_gedimas

    euro_gedimas Guest

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    How to change this message:

    "This is the placeholder for domain tvrg.lt. If you see this page after uploading site content you probably have not replaced the index.html file.

    This page has been automatically generated by Plesk."
    this this page looks like: http://www.hegvita.lt/
     
  2. tmonsen

    tmonsen Guest

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    You'll need to upload a page to the server to replace the default index.html page. The new page will then be displayed.
     
  3. coolbyte

    coolbyte Guest

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    And where???

    Do you know also where this "index" file is stored....

    This would be very helpful...

    Thanks...

    regards
    Thorsten
     
  4. jamieurbas

    jamieurbas Guest

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    replacing index page

    Have you gotten a reply that helped you? My problem is similar, except instead of a place holder page I now have a test page! It informs me that I can now replace that page with my website content and until I do, the test page is the only thing my customers can view. My problem is HOW do I replace that page?? I have not found my host to be very helpful, and I don't want to keep posting the same questions in the forum that have recently been asked! Send help if you can!

    Thanks
     
  5. franklaval

    franklaval Guest

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    replace the page in the default/htdocs in your home folder

    replace the page in the default/htdocs in your HOME folder !!

    frank
     
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