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Fancy Indexing

Adds fixed width fonts, file size and date, sort capability. Propagates to higher level directories. See example.

IndexOptions FancyIndexing
IndexOptions FoldersFirst
IndexOptions NameWidth=*

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  1. Billy

    Awesome!!!

  2. Bob Jonson
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    I want to have this be true for the root web directory, but not one of the sub directories. Is there any way I could do this?

    • Blake
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      @Billy

      You could put this htaccess file in the root and then in the subdir’s you would put a htaccess with the below contents

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