Monday, January 25, 2010

Index.of Jpg Denise Milani How Do You Make It So People Cant Go To The "index Of.." Pages On Your Website?

How do you make it so people cant go to the "index of.." pages on your website? - index.of jpg denise milani

In my website, if you currently www.myswebsite.com / pictures you take to a page called "index of images." I do not do that, but you can still go on each image to go www.myswebsite.com / images / image.jpg

Ideas?

5 comments:

  1. This configuration can be activated in the Control Panel. Since I do not know which one you use, I can not tell you the steps, but disable first and foremost a switch box to the display of the directory of your website. They do not pay attention to all those who are different, since the method is automatically to be fair, once you are in your control panel for protection.

    If you find any reason not to, here are the instructions --

    How do you keep a list of directories on your site. Htaccess: http://www.thesitewizard.com/apache/prev ...

    If you have cPanel, it can also help --

    CPanel Glossary: http://twiki.cpanel.net/twiki/bin/view/A ...

    CPanel Tutorial: Files - Temporary files: http://www.siteground.com/tutorials/cpan ...

    Ron

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  2. index.htm page is the traditional start of the websites.

    SERVER LEVEL
    This is enabled in the server configuration.
    If you then edit the Apache httpd.conf file and change the default value.
    If you are using IIS, then open the IIS console and managmennt CHANGE TABLE the homepage by default.

    LEVEL ON THE SIDE
    Use the command "redirect", update the index.htm as follows:

    \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ U0026lt; html> \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ u0026lt; head> \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ u0026lt; meta http-equiv = "Content-refresh" = "0; url = http://mysite.whatever/th ...

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  3. index.htm page is the traditional start of the websites.

    SERVER LEVEL
    This is enabled in the server configuration.
    If you then edit the Apache httpd.conf file and change the default value.
    If you are using IIS, then open the IIS console and managmennt CHANGE TABLE the homepage by default.

    LEVEL ON THE SIDE
    Use the command "redirect", update the index.htm as follows:

    \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ U0026lt; html> \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ u0026lt; head> \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ u0026lt; meta http-equiv = "Content-refresh" = "0; url = http://mysite.whatever/th ...

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  4. Depending on your web server. Is usually a parameter that gives the noindex for specific directories. But you can make a cut just create an empty index.html and then in the directory.

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  5. Create an HTML file named index.html or index.htm and then to the subdirectory that the site will soon follow the other is transmitted.

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