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You can also do this with HFS. Just follow these steps:
 
You can also do this with HFS. Just follow these steps:
# In the virtual file system, right-click on root(home) and click ''bind root to real-folder''.
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# In the Virtual File System window, right-click on root (the little house) and click ''bind root to real-folder''.
 
# Select the folder containing files for the website.
 
# Select the folder containing files for the website.
 
# Right-click root again, and click ''default file mask''.
 
# Right-click root again, and click ''default file mask''.

Revision as of 08:38, 1 June 2008

Classic webservers are used to publish one or more websites. They operate in a simple way: you just need to indicate the location of a folder that contains files to be published.

You Need to be in Expert Mode.

You can also do this with HFS. Just follow these steps:

  1. In the Virtual File System window, right-click on root (the little house) and click bind root to real-folder.
  2. Select the folder containing files for the website.
  3. Right-click root again, and click default file mask.
  4. Type index.htm*.

The name "index.htm*" is normally ok, but your particular main page file may have a different name, such as "default.html"; check it out.

No server-side scripting is currently supported.

Disclaimer 
HFS is not designed to publish websites.