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Different Directory Index Page

Normally index.html or index.php is the default page a server serves up when visiting a directory without specifying a file name. You can change this with .htaccess:

DirectoryIndex index2.html

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  1. Permalink to comment#

    that’s cool.

  2. Gvidas
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    How to write in htaccess if i dont wanna show index.php file if u pressing on home button,or dont wanna sho any files in the end,just folders..For example :
    —————————————–
    before

    myweb.com/index.php

    after

    myweb.com/

    ———————————————–
    before

    myweb.com/profile/home.php

    after

    myweb.com/profile/

  3. JBeast
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    I’m totally new to .htaccess. I never thought that this thing is possible. Thanks! Keep it up!

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